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Saturday
Apr 13, 2013
BGSU ACM and BGWIC Spring Picnic
BG City Park

This weekend is the last event of the semester for the BGSU ACM student chapter and Bowling Green Women in Computing (BGWIC).

We will be celebrating the graduating seniors, eating great food, and having a great Saturday with your favorite programming friends!

The menu will include a grill out with kabobs, chips, drinks, and fruit salad.

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Wednesday
Oct 23, 2013
BGSU ACM with Jim Youll
BGSU Overman Hall

Jim Youll of Twitter returns to the area. This time he is presenting to the BGSU Student ACM Chapter.

Jim, a Senior Site Reliability Engineer, will be discussing his work and experience gained from the Twitter Headquarters in San Francisco. Youll is a 1988 BGSU graduate (CS major, Photojournalism minor) who joined the Twitter team a year ago.

Myles pizza and soda will be provided.

Thursday
Jan 30, 2014
Enterprise Business System (SAP)
BGSU Overman Hall

Hear Bethany Ruiz from The Andersons discuss her knowledge regarding An Enterprise Business System (SAP). Ms. Ruiz is also a professor here at BGSU as she teaches a course in MIS. Food and drinks will be provided

By BGSU ACM and BGWIC.

Wednesday
Mar 19, 2014
Beyond College for Computing Majors
BGSU Hayes Hall

BGSU ACM student chapter presents.....

Whether you are early in your college career or getting ready to graduate it is never too early to think about what is coming next, "The Real World"! Come find out what types of things you can do with your computer science or equivalent degree from somebody who has been a developer, architect, manager, executive, trainer, consultant, author, entrepreneur and yet still writes code every day. Learn what skills employers are looking for and what things you can be doing to prepare yourself for your first job from somebody who interviews, hires and trains a dozen or more recent college grads every year. This event could have a profound effect on your career as a similar event did on the speaker's some 20 years ago.

Speaker: Christopher Judd CTO and a partner at Manifest Solutions.

Don't miss out on this event! There is a great deal of knowledge and advice to be gained from Christopher Judd. Pizza and soda will be provided.

Sunday
Apr 27, 2014
BGSU Student ACM picnic
BG City Park

The BGSU student chapter of ACM is celebrating its end of the school year with another picnic at the BG city park.

ACM will be providing tons of free food and games to play. We will be serving pulled pork, hamburgers, salad, vegetables, fruit, chips, dessert, pop, water and other tasty goods.

It's a lot of fun and everyone is encouraged to stop by, bring their friends and say hi!

Thursday
Sep 25, 2014
Software testing at Progressive (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Olscamp Hall

BGSU Student chapter of ACM presents Dolly Kelly (Testing Manager) and Mike Keith (Software Test Engineer) of Progressive.

They will be giving a presentation about Progressive, some of their innovations and differences between STE and QAA roles.

Get your laptops, you will be loading and playing a game. Highest scoring team will receive Netduinos.

Pizza and soda are provided.

Thursday
Oct 2, 2014
Chat with Jim Youll, BG Alum from Twitter!
BGSU Hayes Hall

Jim Youll, an alumni of BG Computer Science working at Twitter in Silicon Valley is in town and wants to talk with current undergrad and graduate students Thursday Oct 2nd!

From 2pm - 4pm Jim will be hanging out in the conference room upstairs in Hayes hall.

As a CS Advisory board member and graduate of the program, Jim would like to hear about the current program from current students' POV. He's also interested to hear students people's post-graduation plans and how their experience at BGSU has influenced that thinking.

Jim is also happy to answer questions about his experience in tech and starting companies, internships, MIT, Silicon Valley, or Twitter.

Please, if you have the chance, stop by and have a chat with him. This is a great opportunity for you to connect with one of our great and successful alums!

Thursday
Oct 2, 2014
Agile at Centric (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Olscamp Hall

BGSU Student chapter of ACM presents four recent BG graduates from Centric. They will be giving presentation on Centric, Agile for Non- Agile users and “Three Amigos". It's based on the interactions that Business Analysts (BA), Developers, and Testers (QAA or QAM) have amongst each other to build a project.

Don't miss out this event! There is a great deal of knowledge and advice from these graduates. Pizza and soda will be provided!

Tuesday
Oct 7, 2014
Marathon Petroleum: CS, MIS, ISAC majors
BGSU

Marathon Petroleum is holding an information session for BGSU Computer Science, Management Information Systems and Information Systems Audit and Control majors.

They will talk about internships, co-ops and full time positions.

Thursday
Nov 13, 2014
Bootstrap workshop (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Hayes Hall

BGSU ACM presents a web design & development workshop.

Bootstrap is one of the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS frameworks for developing responsive projects in the industry. If you have a basic understanding of HTML/CSS, we can help you take your skills to the next level! Your resume will thank us!

You do not have to be a BGSU Computer Science major to join in the learning, and the class is FREE! (Got your attention now?)

We will be going over how to create your site in a basic grid system that is fully responsive, as well as Bootstrap components like tables, forms, buttons, and more. As always, food and drinks will be provided!

Note: Please bring laptops to this workshop session!

Friday
Jan 30, 2015
BGSU Students: Day at Owens Corning
Owens Corning

Owens Corning is excited to invite all BGSU Computer Science and Management Information Systems undergraduates and Applied Statistics and Operations Research graduate students to visit the Owens Corning World Headquarters in downtown Toledo.

Through hands on experience and valuable networking opportunities, students will be able to learn about Owens Corning and the many career opportunities that the IT field has to offer.

The event will be held on Friday, January 30, 2015. Students should arrive at headquarters between 9:00 am and 9:30 am. The day’s events kicking off at 9:30 am, and the day will end at 2:00 pm. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Break out sessions:

  • Digital: Fast & Furious & Mobile. How Agile methods like story writing can deliver web and mobile applications in days or weeks instead of months or years.
  • Security: The Best Offense is a Good Defense. See real time attacks on OC's systems and some of the tools used to keep the bad guys out.
  • Analytics: Becoming a Data Detective. How we use data and advanced analytics to uncover trends in our sales and operations.
  • ERP: Taming the Beast. See why SAP is such a big deal and what makes us so good at deploying it.
Monday
Feb 9, 2015
BGSU IT/CS student meet & greet
BGSU Student Union

BGSU students will have a small group meeting with ten different employers who are coming here to hire CS students.

This is the best chance for students to talk with the employers before they get an internship or a full-time position.

Even if a student has one internship/job set up, it is always good to know what others are offering (as Computer Science is the most dynamically-changing field).

Wednesday
Mar 25, 2015
IT Survival stories during the SuperComputer Era
BGSU Hayes Hall

The BGSU Student ACM chapter presents a talk by Kevin Wohlever: " IT Survival stories during the SuperComputer Era: the beginning of big data".

The Ohio Technology Consortium or OH-TECH, is a division of the Ohio Board of Regents. The Shared Infrastructure group provides IT Services, software development and networking support for consortia members, which include: The Ohio Board of Regents, Ohio Supercomputer Center, OARnet, OhioLINK, the Ohio Tuition Trust Authority, and eStudent Services.

Kevin has been involved in High Performance Computing or Supercomputing for over 25 years. He was around at founding of the Ohio Supercomputer Center in 1987 as well working at supercomputer centers for Cray Research, NASA, the US EPA, and Dow Chemical

Kevin’s career has overlapped a large part of the supercomputing move from expensive, proprietary systems only available to government agencies, to relatively inexpensive, with open operating system environments that are available to a wide range of users. Along the way, Kevin has worked for and with: The National Security Agency, NASA, the US EPA, the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, the US Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Agency, Dow Chemical, Nationwide Insurance, Cray Research, OSC and OH-TECH. During that time he has moved from a system administrator up through the ranks as a project leader to his current position as the director of Shared Infrastructure.

A native of Lorain, Ohio, Kevin is a graduate of Bowling Green State University.

Pizza and Pop provided!

Thursday
Apr 2, 2015
Open office hours w/ Jim Youll
BGSU Hayes Hall

Jim Youll is a BGSU CS grad and Staff Engineer with the Site Reliability team at Twitter, based in San Francisco.

He be in town for a CS Advisory Board meeting on Friday, and has set aside some time to chat with students the day before.

We can cover thoughts about the CS program, careers/ambitions, tech jobs and Silicon Valley from anyone's POV, startups, or any other relevant topics.

This will be an open conversation around a big table - come and go as your schedule allows.

Wednesday
Apr 8, 2015
Google Tech Talk with Amin Ahmad
BGSU Olscamp Hall

On Wednesday the 8th, BGSU ACM will host a Google engineer, Amin Ahmad, here to tell us about Google’s mission and what it is like to work for one of the worlds largest and most innovative corporations. He will also highlight some current research projects Google is working on that have the potential to dramatically change our world for the better!

Please join us at 7:30 to hear all about Google and the exciting things that Amin has prepared for us! As always there will be food and drinks provided.

Photos from the event: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.10152989204612670&type=1

Monday
Apr 20, 2015
BGSU Women in Computing - Owens Corning
BGSU Olscamp Hall

BGSU Women in Computing is holding an event Monday night.

Two former BG students who now work at Owens Corning will be coming in to talk about their jobs and how they decided on their career paths.

This event is open to everyone. It will be Monday the 20th at 6:30 in Olscamp 119.

Tuesday
Apr 21, 2015
Wearable Tech in the Workplace
BGSU Hayes Hall

The BGSU Student ACM chapter presents a talk by David Michels from Leading Edje: "Wearable Tech in the Workplace".

Wearable technologies are no longer a thing of the future. They offer real-world value and many organizations are looking to solve their critical business problems utilizing these technologies.

We will be discussing the technology at the core of many of these devices Bluetooth Low Energy - how it works and how you can use it.

We will also review two client based proof of concepts which have been implemented using wearable tech.

The functionality and technology to be reviewed is: 1. Using Google Glasses to reduce human error and provide real-time system updates in a warehouse environment. 2. Using Bluetooth Low Energy devices to login to industrial equipment. This system gives an extra layer of physical security ensuring the right person is accessing the equipment.

Food and Pop will be provided!

Sunday
Apr 26, 2015
BGSU Student ACM Spring Picnic
BG City Park

The BGSU student chapter of ACM is celebrating its end of the school year with another picnic at the BG city park.

It’s been a long semester, and it’s finally coming to a close. Come out and celebrate with your peers and faculty! The BGSU Student ACM spring picnic is taking place on the 26th from 1-4pm.

There will be tons of good food, volleyball and games, so come out for a pleasant Sunday afternoon and spend it with us getting to know some of the new ACM members and enjoying food and fun for an end of the year sendoff!

Saturday
Aug 29, 2015
Agile Software Factory demo and more
BGSU Business Administration Building

An event for BGSU ACM members.

Agile Software Factory Team would provide a short demo on what they work on and how it would benefit the students. Later on, ACM is hosting a movie (Paycheck) and game event (like Mortal Kombat, FIFA, Call of Duty, Battle of Fields).

Sunday
Sep 20, 2015
BGSU Student ACM fall picnic
BG City Park

The BGSU student chapter of ACM is celebrating the beginning of the school year with a picnic at the BG city park.

Monday
Sep 28, 2015
BGSU Computer Science IT Meet & Greet Event
BGSU

An event for BGSU ACM members and BGSU Computer Science students ONLY. Not open to the public.

This provides you an opportunity to talk with employees from some leading companies in Ohio and learn more about the full time/part time position/internships and career insights within those companies.

Tuesday
Jan 26, 2016
Websites at Scale: Who, What, Where and How
BGSU Hayes Hall

BGSU's Student ACM chapter is presenting a talk on "Websites at Scale: Who, What, Where and How" by Mark Randles. He is Director of Architecture and application support at bookit.com.

Free food and soda will be provided.

Monday
Feb 8, 2016
BGSU Student IT Meet and Greet
BGSU

This is an event for BGSU CS and IT-related students.

It is one of the BEST opportunities for you to find out about the companies who hire our students for their an internship, part-time, and full-time positions before the job fair.

You will have a chance to talk with all the companies participating the event.

Thursday
Mar 24, 2016
Ruby on Rails
BGSU Hayes Hall

Experts from Owens Corning continue their education of Ruby on Rails with the BGSU student chapter of the ACM.

Tuesday
Apr 12, 2016
User Insights for the Whole Team
BGSU Overman Hall

Registration is now open for "User Insights for the Whole Team: Stop guessing what users need". Seats are limited, so be sure to register if you plan to attend!

Lean, agile, and startup processes emphasis creating customer value and satisfying user needs, both expressed an unexpressed. How do you get valid customer and user insights to guide decision making?

On April 12th, Darren Kall, a user experience design and strategy expert based in Dayton, will show us the value of direct contact with real users.

  • Learn the personal and corporate value of direct contact with real users
  • Recognize opportunities to connect with users and learn how to engage with them
  • Become empowered to put these techniques into practice and be confident you can do them well
  • Get resources about where to learn more so you can continue to get insights from users

These user experience techniques work for all varieties of products and services. You can apply them if your users are consumers, employees (for enterprise applications), residents (for government services), patrons (for a library), donors (for non-profits), and for many other audiences. It does not matter if the product or service is a website, mobile app, complex enterprise dashboard, or museum exhibit.

This talk will be useful for all members of a product team, not just for user experience specialists. Software developers, visual designers, project managers, business analysts, marketing leads and other members of IT/product teams are encouraged to attend. The whole team should be empowered with these techniques and have the opportunity to learn as much as they can about users. The better the team’s insights are about users, the more successful the product will be.

This event is a being organized BGSU ACM & Tech Toledo. Attending groups include Toledo Web Professionals & PMI WLEC.

Sunday
Apr 24, 2016
BGSU Student ACM picnic
BG City Park

The BGSU Computer Science department is pleased to invite students and faculties from ALL majors to its Annual picnic. Spend some time with your peers and faculty to cheer up before the finals week!

You are not required to be a member of ACM Student Chapter to attend this event.

Enjoy Free Lunch ( American Cuisine blended with Indian Cuisine ) and lots of games..... !

Saturday
Aug 27, 2016
BGSU ACM: Welcome & Movie Night
BGSU Education Building

The BGSU student ACM chapter is excited to announce that the first event of the school year will take place on Saturday 27th in Education building 114 from 7PM-9:40PM.

We understand the first week can be overwhelming for us. Thats why it will be a great chance for everyone to meet some new people in your major and enjoy the screening of " The Theory of Everything", an wonderful movie based on the life of famous Physicist Stephen Hawking.

Thursday
Sep 22, 2016
Testing is Awesome
BGSU Business Administration

ACM Student Chapter @ BGSU presents...

Testing is gradually becoming an integral part of Software Development in the industry. It helps to reduce the cost of development and prevent most of the bugs in the software. There will be a guest speaker on campus coming Thursday from Progressive Insurance to talk about Software Testing.

Saturday
Sep 24, 2016
BGSU Student ACM Fall Picnic
BG City Park

The BGSU student chapter of ACM is celebrating the beginning of the school year with a picnic at the BG city park.

Please come and have an amazing time with your fellow classmates. Meet new people and chat with your instructors outside of the class. There will be a lot of foods and drinks for you. We will also have volleyball and frisbee for you to play.

Monday
Sep 26, 2016
BGSU Computer Science/IT Meet & Greet
BGSU

An event for BGSU ACM members and BGSU Computer Science students ONLY. Not open to the public.

This provides you an opportunity to talk with employees from some leading companies in Ohio and learn more about the full time/part time position/internships and career insights within those companies.

Wednesday
Oct 19, 2016
IBM Watson (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Olscamp Hall

The BGSU Student chapter of ACM presents a guest speaker from IBM to talk about Watson.

Watson is an artificially intelligent computer system capable of answering questions posed in natural language, developed in IBM's DeepQA project by a research team led by principal investigator David Ferrucci.

ACM is proud to sponsor them on campus. We are inviting everyone to come to this event and learn some valuable information outside the class.

Tuesday
Oct 25, 2016
Data processing architecture using AWS (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Olscamp Hall

BGSU Student chapter of ACM presents a Tech talk by AMAZON. Yes you heard that right, AMAZON will be here on campus on October 25th talking about their architectures for processing big data using Amazon Web Services. Web services are becoming an integral part of modern computing.

ACM is excited to host Fletcher Riverance from Amazon on campus. We hope to see you there.

There will be food for you during the event.

Tuesday
Jan 31
Tech Talk by Medical Mutual (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Hayes Hall

The BGSU Student chapter of ACM presents a guest speaker from Medical Mutual. Cleveland, Ohio.

They are going to talk about how their web applications interact with different tools including IBM.

A HR recruiter and a Software Engineer from Medical Mutual will be present during the talk. It is a great opportunity to learn about something outside the classroom. You can also learn about their possible job opportunities. They hire a good number of BGSU students for internships/ full-time positions.

We hope to see you there ! ! ! Free food is provided.

Monday
Feb 6
BGSU Computer Science/IT Meet & Greet
BGSU

An event for BGSU ACM members and BGSU Computer Science students ONLY. Not open to the public.

This provides you an opportunity to talk with employees from some leading companies in Ohio and learn more about the full time/part time position/internships and career insights within those companies.

Thursday
Feb 23
DevOps Technologies (BGSU ACM)
BGSU Hayes Hall

The BGSU Student chapter of ACM presents a guest speaker from Nationwide, Carmen DeArdo, to talk about DevOps.

DevOps is the practice of operations and development engineers participating together in the entire service lifecycle, from design through the development process to production support.

Tuesday
Feb 28
Protecting Information Assets Under Global Threat
BGSU Olscamp Hall

BGSU ACM student chapter presents: Protecting Information Assets Under Global Threat.

Are you interested in Computer Security? If you are, then we have an event coming up where Matthew Curtin, Founder of InterHack Corporation will be talking about threats that we face in computing world.

It is a great opportunity to learn some valuable information for anyone who is considering a career in Cyber Securities. This event is open to everyone. Free snacks will be provided. Please tell your friends ! ! !

Abstract of the talk: Managing risks from present and future threats requires managing the frequency and impact of those events. US Government policy and many governance structures today focus on reducing frequency—sometimes hoping to achieve a frequency of zero. We will show how a far more sensible approach is to reduce the impact of threats carried out against targets, and why the stakes to achieve security are much greater than the amount of money required to maintain it.

Monday
Apr 17
BGSU ACM Election 2017 and Movie Night
BGSU Hayes Hall

The BGSU Student chapter of ACM is taking some time out to relax with a screening of "Dr.Strange" from Marvel.

We will also announce the results of our election that night and introduce the new cabinet members for 2017-18.

Free food will be provided.

Saturday
Apr 22
BGSU Student ACM picnic
BG City Park

BGSU ACM's spring picnic is finally here. Get your sunglasses out and join us on 22nd April, 2017 from noon to 4:00 pm in Martin Shelter of Bowling Green City Park. There will be plenty of free food and games. Don't forget to tell your friends. Hope to see you there.

Saturday
Sep 23
BGSU Student ACM Fall Picnic
BG City Park

The BGSU student chapter of ACM is celebrating the beginning of the school year with a picnic at the BG city park.

Come enjoy free food and games with ACM! All students and faculty are welcome! We will be in the Kiwanis Shelter at BG City Park.