LSUS Department of Computer Science

This is the COMPUTER / INFORMATION / TECHNOLOGY AGE. Computer Science (CS) is a dynamic and exciting

Operating as usual

02/16/2023

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Paid Internships Currently Available
Full Stack Programming Intern

Join us Wednesday, February 22nd at 11am in TC 211 for lunch and an info session
Available to Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors

Located 5 minutes south of the LSUS campus at The Port of Shreveport

We will work around your class schedule!

Resumes can be sent to [email protected]
While not guaranteed, the goal of the internship is full-time employment upon graduation
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Subject: Sports South-Shreveport Internship Info Session! Free Food! RSVP

To all,
Sports South-Shreveport is holding an info session about paid internships with their company and what it is like to work there! For those of you who might have already seen a flier earlier this week, the date has changed so that it wouldn’t interfere with any scheduled classes!

The new date is Wednesday, February 22nd at 11:00 AM in TC 211.

If you plan to attend in person, please reply to Dr. Watson! They want an accurate count of how many will be there so that they bring enough food!

For those who will not be able to attend in person, contact Mallory in our main office for the ZOOM link ([email protected]).

Thank you!

10/28/2022

Subject: Virtual Hackathon for Students PRIZES



From Rural Sourcing:

Reaching out to ask if you would be able to assist us in spreading the word to local software engineers who would be interested in developing their technical skills, connecting with industry professionals, and competing to win thousands of dollars in cash prizes. If so, we hope they'll join us for our RSI | WWC Virtual Hackathon on November 10th @ 2 p.m. EST. Participants should organize teams of 2 - 4 members for the hackathon.

Rural Sourcing, Inc. is excited to form a strategic partnership with Women Who Code to share this fun digital event with our colleagues, our clients, WWC members, and our academic/community partners. We'll all come together to build something cool to positively impact our communities with a theme of . More details will be shared about the specifics, but the idea is to code for a cause.

Please encourage your network to check out this great opportunity. We're posting information on all of our channels, and there is already a lot of interest so please encourage anyone interested to sign up before we fill up. Reach out to me for more questions or email [email protected] with any questions. In the meantime, share this virtual hackathon with students and professionals who might want to develop their skills and compete for thousands in cash prizes.

Rural Sourcing just launched a great new promotion video from our President, Ingrid Curtis speaking about the Hackathon event on LinkedIn: here



Rural Sourcing has released a few posts already that would be great to share:



RSI Hackathon Event Post

RSI Virtual Hackathon Committee Post

WomenWhoCode post





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10/27/2022

Aerospace Internship Program for All Majors! - Zed Factor Fellowship

Calling all majors interested in space and aviation!

We are reaching out to flag an aerospace internship/fellowship program that we thought would be of interest to your students. More details are below and a flyer is attached.

We truly appreciate any support you could offer in passing this along to any students interested in pursuing a career in aerospace!.

The Zed Factor Fellowship invites all students interested in aerospace to apply for its 2023 Fellowship program.

The Zed Factor Fellowship is an aerospace internship and community outreach program for undergraduate students hailing from historically excluded communities and backgrounds. Students selected for the program will receive a 10+ week paid summer or fall internship. The program encourages students in all majors, including STEM, business/marketing, communications/journalism, policy/pre-law, humanities, and social sciences to apply.

Founded by a group of aerospace professionals from diverse backgrounds, the Zed Factor Fellowship empowers and engages learners and aspiring space and aviation professionals through hands-on, practical experiences working in and contributing to the leading companies of the aerospace community. In addition to the internship placement, students will receive mentorship from an executive and young professional in their field and carry out a funded space or aviation-related community engagement project.

Applications are currently being accepted for placement with leading space and aviation companies for internships beginning in late spring/early summer 2023. More information can be found on our website, and questions can be directed to [email protected]. The deadline for applications is January 2nd, 2023.

Additionally, we are hosting an information session on November 2nd, 2022 for students to learn more about the Fellowship and how to apply. Please share the following sign-up form for students to register for the information session: https://forms.gle/hxCrTpzHdMUmBVt4A.

We look forward to receiving applications from students at your institution. Together we will create an aerospace industry and technical cadre of professionals composed of people of all backgrounds, creating a more inclusive, well-rounded, and ultimately more impactful and effective nation and world. We hope you will alert all students about this innovative, community-centered space and aviation fellowship program.

Sincerely,
The Zed Factor Fellowship Executive Team
Therese Jones, Cody Knipfer, Karina Perez, Kojo Sarkodie, and Ryan Udell

Photos from LSUS Department of Computer Science's post 05/06/2022

First Place - Regional Autonomous Robotics Circuit (RARC) Competition 3 Middle School division

Lily Bodily, Maya Trutschl, and Audrey Welch, Caddo Middle Magnet 8th grade students coached by Dr. Urska Cvek from Department of Computer Science won the Regional Autonomous Robotics Circuit (RARC) Competition 3 Middle School division. RARC brought together over 200 competing schools representing six states. With 2 seconds to spare from the 90 second allotment, they scored 203 points over 158 points for the runner up, and brought the third win for this group and a clean sweep for the year.

We greatly appreciate the support of Mr. Dulle and Principal DeBusk from CMM, Lisa Burke Endowed Professorship, and LSUS Department of Computer Science where the team practiced.

05/04/2022

Job opportunity

The job opportunity is for an Assistant EDI Analyst at Morris & Dickson (http://www.morrisdickson.com/). This would be a great opportunity for a Computer Information Systems student. Many companies communicate with their business partners using EDI and there are many job postings in both Shreveport and Nationally for EDI Analyst/Specialist. This would be a great opportunity to learn a very marketable skillset. The job entails communicating with business partners to establish connections and create data mappings in order to achieve reliable, electronic business communications. Morris & Dickson also provides many growth opportunities and can work around class schedules.

Here is a link that does a good job describing EDI: What is EDI: Electronic Data Interchange? | IBM (https://www.ibm.com/topics/edi-electronic-data-interchange)

Anyone that may be interested in the Assistant EDI Analyst position or a possible internship can send their resume to [email protected].

Thank you!

02/11/2022

Community Bank of Louisiana
IT Help Desk

Requirements:
Minimum High school or equivalent
Relevant technical certifications from Microsoft, CompTIA, etc.
Ability to troubleshoot IT issues both in-person and remotely
An understanding of computer systems, mobile devices, printers, and other technology products.
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Duties include:
Responsible for supporting end-users at all locations with IT-related issues as well as being on-call for support services. Respond to requests for technical assistance by phone, email, and/or using a help desk ticketing system.
Provide onsite support when the phone or remote PC control does not resolve the issue.
Update and maintain all organization PC and Server hardware and software.
Will work with Windows 10, Active Directory, Group Policy, Microsoft Office, and Windows Server, as well as, standard office equipment (PC, telephone, printer, etc.).
Work Location: Multiple Locations also the ability to work remotely when necessary
Physical Requirements
The employee must regularly lift and /or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

Contact information:
Sandy M. Cimino
Senior Vice President/Business Development
Community Bank of LA
4008 Benton Rd. | Bossier City, LA 71111
Phone: 318.742.1717 Fax: 318.742.1791
Email: [Email hidden]
02/11/2022

Handshake 01/25/2022

Attention CS Students:
Sports South, LLC is looking to hire either a web-based or general programmer for an internship while you're still in school. Located 5 minutes South of LSUS, this is a great opportunity for students getting close to graduation. The hope is that the student hired will stay on for a full-time position upon graduation at a market rate of pay for a graduate. These jobs are listed on Handshake.

https://app.joinhandshake.com/emp/jobs/5591854

https://app.joinhandshake.com/emp/jobs/5591890

Please contact Zachary Rougeau, Vice-President of Finance for more information at 318-797-4848.
https://www.theshootingwarehouse.com/

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LSU Shreveport 01/07/2022

LSUS face-to-face classes will be taught virtually for the first two weeks beginning Jan. 10th. See the Chancellor's Message on the LSUS homepage at the link below:

https://www.lsus.edu/

LSU Shreveport Home Page

12/20/2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 20, 2021

LSUS Computer Science Faculty and Students Share “Hour of Code” with Eden Gardens Magnet students

Shreveport, LA—Faculty and students from the LSUS Computer Science department recently shared a special “Hour of Code” with students at Eden Gardens Magnet Elementary School. As part of Computer Science Education Week, the department offered a fun, hands-on coding activity with approximately ninety 5th grade students.

LSUS Assistant Professor Dr. Roger Zhao coordinated the event with Eden Gardens Computer Lab teacher, Zara Collins. All from the LSUS Computer Science department, Dr. Urska Cvek (LSUS Professor), Eric Clifford (graduate student), Billy Tran (graduate student), and Alliebaron N. Wise (undergraduate student) joined them to formulate the “Hour of Code” team.

“We are very excited to be a part of this fun and educational activity,” Dr. Zhao said. “Kids learn how to code and we learn how to teach ‘young programmers’ better. It’s also a great opportunity for all of us to grow and cultivate stronger community relationships.”

The “Hour of Code” began as a one-hour introduction to computer science designed to demystify coding, show that anybody can learn the basics, and expand participation in the industry. It has since evolved into a worldwide effort to celebrate computer science, starting with one-hour coding activities and expanding to varying community efforts. The event takes place annually during Computer Science Education Week in recognition of the birthday of computing pioneer Admiral Grace Murray Hopper (December 9, 1906). Over 400 partners and 200,000 educators worldwide support this grassroots campaign.

The team guided students to understand instructions, coding, and debugging. It was especially rewarding to observe moments where the students saw their code work and realized they can quickly design and play their own games.

“I wasn’t sure we could make it happen when I reached out to the LSUS Computer Science Department,” Collins said. “It pleasantly surprised me that a whole team of computer science professionals joined the activity! We really appreciate their engagement, and we are looking forward working together with them in the future to bring more coding opportunities to our students.”

LSUS is no stranger to the “Hour of Code” community effort. Dr. Cvek led the first “Hour of Code” team at South Highland Elementary Magnet School in their kindergarten classes in 2013.

For more information about hosting an “Hour of Code” activity, contact Dr. Roger Zhao at [email protected] or 318-797-4267.

LSU Shreveport was founded in 1967 and offers a wide array of nationally accredited undergraduate and graduate degree programs, including a doctoral degree. The university’s mission is to educate a diverse population of graduate and undergraduate students; engage in regional and global thought leadership through community collaboration and service; and innovate to enhance the application of knowledge and intellectual discovery through faculty and student research and creative endeavors.

Media Contact:
Wendell Riley
Director, Media & External Relations
[email protected]
318-797-5108

11/10/2021

Three Minute Thesis (Graduate Student Competition)
Thursday, November 11, 2021 at 5:15 pm
LSUS Science Lecture Auditorium

Come out and support graduate research!

The 3MT is an academic competition that challenges graduate students to describe their research within three minutes to a general audience. 3MT celebrates the discoveries made by research students and encourages them to communicate the importance of your research to the broader community.
Don’t miss this opportunity for students to practice their presentation skills and hear about the exciting and diverse graduate research being done here at LSUS.

The LSUS 3MT Competition will be held at 5:15 pm, Thursday, November 11, 2021, and we would like to encourage all graduate students conducting research to participate.

To learn more about the competition history and the rules visit the 3MT website. For questions or for student registration, please email: [email protected].

10/14/2021

FOOD DRIVE benefiting the NWLA Food Bank and LSUS Food Pantry: Bring your non-perishable food items to TC 206 and leave them in the box, now through November 12th!

1) Remember – 20% of these donations will come back to the LSUS Food Pantry!

2) Donate online and designate your building. Each dollar donated will count as one pound toward the contest. Click here to donate. Make sure to “comment” and include the name of the building. Please note that online donations count toward the contest and help our community but these donations do not go to the LSUS Food Pantry.

10/11/2021

New scholarship opportunity for STEM Majors!

Scholarship Funded by Element451
We take pride in saying our partnerships don’t end when schools use our product. That’s why we’re stepping up and launching a $5,000 collegiate scholarship for Black students majoring in STEM. We hope this scholarship will continue to encourage diversity and a more inclusive technology industry. More importantly, we hope this scholarship can help impact a deserving student’s future.
We’d love for you to share this scholarship with your prospective and current students! The scholarship is open to undergraduate and graduate students. The recipient will be selected based on their answer to the question: Why are you passionate about STEM or entrepreneurship?

Apply here! https://www.bold.org/

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06/07/2021

LSUS COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAM RANKED FIRST IN STATE FOR AFFORDABILITY

Shreveport, LA—LSU Shreveport’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Science has been ranked the #1 Best Affordable Computer Science Degree in the state by University HQ, a leading independent organization that provides resources for prospective college students. The program ranked #30 nationally.

University HQ collects data from the National Center for Education Statistics, the U.S. Department of Education Scorecard, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and PayScale to determine its rankings based on many factors. These factors include retention rate, graduation rate, admission rate, cost of tuition, graduating salary, number of programs offered, online programs offered, loan default rate, diplomas awarded, and percent of students receiving financial aid.

“It’s great to be highly ranked on this list,” Professor and Chair of the Department of Computer Science Dr. Richard Watson said. “Our university offers high-quality computer science degree options at a really affordable price. LSUS offers affordability on all degrees and our department’s outstanding faculty makes us high-quality. We are constantly working to grow with the evolving technological hemisphere. Currently, we’re working on a new, specialized cyber security classroom as well as several other exciting initiatives.”

Programs offered by the LSUS Department of Computer Science include certificate, minor, undergraduate and graduate level opportunities. The recently unveiled Cyber Collaboratory is a state-of-the-art immersive learning space where students, faculty, and industry partners come together to discuss, research, and create their visions utilizing the latest technology. The Department of Computer Science is also home to several cutting-edge campus labs that support cyber security, Cisco Networking Academy, bioinformatics research, game development, information system operation, software development, and more.

To learn more about the LSUS Department of Computer Science, visit their website or call 318-797-5093.

Media Contact:
Wendell Riley
Director, Media & External Relations
[email protected]
318-797-5108

100 Best Affordable Computer Science School Degrees | UniversityHQ 05/28/2021

Louisiana State University-Shreveport has been ranked #30 for the Best Affordable Computer Science Degree:

https://universityhq.org/best-colleges/rankings/most-affordable-computer-science-schools/

100 Best Affordable Computer Science School Degrees | UniversityHQ So, you’ve decided you want to earn a degree in computer science. With this degree, not only will you be entering a growing, valuable field, but you can also expect to receive a healthy paycheck to match. With the world going through continuous technological development, you’ll entering a high-d...

HPC@LSU | Training | Workshops 05/21/2021

The LSU Information Technology Services, LSU Center for Computation & Technology, Louisiana Biomedical Research Network (LBRN), Louisiana Optical Network Infrastructure (LONI) are pleased to announce the following workshop:

• 4th LBRN-LONI Scientific Computing Bootcamp on May 27 - 28 and May 31 - June 2 2021.

REGISTER NOW if you plan on attending the following events:

Note:

• The workshop will be in a virtual online form via Zoom

*4th LBRN-LONI Scientific Computing Bootcamp*
Date: May 27 - 28 and May 31 - June 2 2021
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Venue: Zoom broadcast only
Website: http://www.hpc.lsu.edu/training/workshop.php
Registration Fee: None
Registration opens: April 20, 2021
Registration deadline: May 27, 2021

Due to concern about the COVID-19 pandemic, the workshop will be held in a virtual online form via Zoom. The lectures will be given in every morning and recorded. Attendants can either attend the live sessions or view the recordings later. Online hands-on sessions will be held in every afternoon. More details will follow.

Description:
Scientific computing is becoming more ubiquitous for all types of research areas. Skills and knowledge that are necessary to take full advantage of the power of computing, however, are often inadequately present in both curricular and extracurricular training. The purpose of this workshop is, by both presentation and hands-on experiences, to help attendants understand the usage of popular scientific computing programming tools and prepare for their future computational study and research career.

In five days the attendants will learn:
• Introduction to R programming language with its applications in scientific computing
• Introduction to Python programming language with its applications in scientific computing
• Introduction to Deep Learning

Schedule (Note: This tentative schedule is subject to change.)

May 27: Overview and Introduction to R
May 28: Intermediate R
May 31: Introduction to Python
June 1: Intermediate Python
June 2: Introduction to Deep Learning

HPC@LSU | Training | Workshops High Performance Computing at Louisiana State University

05/03/2021

Job Posting from IPKeys:

IPKeys Power Partners is a technology full-service provider of data management solutions, technical services, project management and consulting services. IPKeys is focused on helping utility service providers achieve maximum return on their investment dollars in Smart Grid-related control, monitoring and metering automation systems.

IPkeys is based in New Jersey, Virginia, California, Louisiana, and Texas. IPkeys is seeking to hire qualified Application & Integration Support Team members who will work with our Project Managers and lead developers to support and maintain our software solutions to utility markets throughout the United States. Job position is based in IPKeys Shreveport, Louisiana office. IPKeys Power Partners offers a base salary commensurate with experience, full fringe benefits package including Dental, Vision, and Health Insurance, with 401k and Stock Options.

IPKeys Power Partners is seeking a Jr. Support Analyst who will be in our Shreveport, LA office.

Responsibilities
• Responsible for direct customer communication. Assignment of support issues. Log issue details in helpdesk system and respond in a professional and timely manner.
• Diagnose and resolve minor to median support issues.
• Diagnose and resolve complex support issues in which managerial and/or executive assistance is not needed.
• Maintenance role for providing assistance during product upgrades - integration/software validation and QA.
• Minor development role for product improvement:
o Reporting improvements and functionality changes
o Minor interface changes
o Minor product changes
Qualifications
• Excellent written and verbal communications skills
• Ability to work in a team environment.
• Ability to analyze, diagnose and resolve issues efficiently.
• Ability to organize, prioritize and complete many tasks.
• Exceptional client correspondence skills.
• Knowledge of utility industry and operations a plus.
Experience
• 1-2 years Microsoft SQL Server development experience
• Strong Microsoft SQL Server skills
• Familiar with Git version control
• Ability to work with C #, ASP.Net, JavaScript, CSS, IIS, HTML
• Microsoft Certification a plus

Benefits:
• 401k with matching, Dental, Vision, and Health Insurance
• A rewarding and challenging environment

Education
• 4-year Computer Science, Information Systems or comparable degree required

04/29/2021

Join us this summer!

Keep an eye out for our STEAM-tastic summer camps! Are you REVVED up yet?

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Graduating in May? Share your next steps!

Log in to Handshake and complete the graduating student survey. Your response provides us with critical information that will help current and future students.

We also know that times are tough and we want to help. If you're feeling anxious about your job search in our current economic climate, we can help.

AND! We're here for you, even following the official conferral of your degree. Career Services is accessible to alumni for free with no restrictions. Email [email protected] and we’ll work together to develop a plan.

03/24/2021

DEEP SOUTH EQUIPMENT URGENTLY SEEKING COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGER

A local branch of Deep South Equipment is urgently seeking recent or upcoming graduates for a Computer and Information Systems Manager opening.

The primary responsibilities of the hired individual includes managing all domain and client environment managing upgrades, updates, and improvements on software or hardware infrastructure. The hired individual will be a part of a very small team to assist in the management of the organization's entire network.

This is a full-time position. Ideally, applicants are familiar with JavaScript Programming language and have familiarity with SQL.

Learn more about the role by contacting LSUS Career Services or apply by submitting your resume directly via Handshake.

Questions? Email [email protected] or call 318-797-5062.

03/08/2021

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Center for Computation & Technology | Interdisciplinary | Innovative | Inventive 02/22/2021

> CCT REU: Interdisciplinary Research Experience in Computational Sciences
> http://reu.cct.lsu.edu/
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> The Center for Computation & Technology (CCT) will host a virtual ten week Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program where students work collaboratively on a wide variety of computational science projects. Each student receives a stipend of $8,000. Twelve students will be selected.
>
> Qualifications:
> Undergraduate, community college student, or high school senior attending college in the fall, interested in a major that is within the computational sciences umbrella (leaves out few majors as it includes all sciences, mathematics, engineering, finance, statistics, etc.) with at least a 2.75 GPA, considering a career in research and/or graduate school in your major, being a US citizen or permanent resident, and graduating at least one semester after completion of the REU.
>
> Important Dates:
> February 28, 2021: Application deadline.
> March 20, 2021: Notification of decision.
> May 24, 2021 through July 30, 2021: Program dates.
>
> The research activities of the CCT are organized into five Focus Areas: Core Computing Sciences, Coast to Cosmos, Material World, Cultural Computing, and System Science and Engineering. These are broad, and sometimes overlapping areas where faculty from diverse departments (Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics, Civil Engineering, Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, Petroleum Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computing Engineering, Music, Business, etc.) collaborate in multidisciplinary projects. Our REU students learn how to use some of the nation's largest supercomputers, may participate in the setup and management of large-scale simulations, and may take on an important role in the analysis and visualization of the simulation results.
>
> For more information and to apply, visit: http://reu.cct.lsu.edu/
> _________________________________________
>
The LSU Center for Computation & Technology, or CCT, is an innovative research environment, advancing computational sciences, technologies and the disciplines they touch. Researchers at CCT use the advanced cyberinfrastructure - high-speed networks, high-performance computing, advanced data storage and analysis and hardware and software development - available on campus to enable research in many different fields. By uniting researchers from diverse disciplines, ideas and expertise are disseminated across LSU departments to foster knowledge and invention. For more information on the CCT, visit: http://www.cct.lsu.edu.

Center for Computation & Technology | Interdisciplinary | Innovative | Inventive An interdisciplinary research center at LSU. By uniting experts from diverse fields, ideas are disseminated to foster invention.

01/28/2021
01/26/2021

Faculty Spotlight!!!
Let us introduce the new Chair of the LSUS Department of Computer Science, Dr. Richard Watson.
Dr. Watson joined the department in August 2020. He earned his PhD in Computer Science in 1999 from The University of Texas at El Paso. He taught Computer Science for 21 years at Texas Tech University in Lubbock. Dr. Watson’s research area is logic programming using Answer Sets, Intelligent Agents and Common Sense Reasoning. He is teaching CSC 346 - Algorithms this semester. Let's give him a warm welcome!

Project Yellow Light 01/25/2021

This looks like a wonderful opportunity for students who care about health and safety and who have a creative bent!
https://www.projectyellowlight.com/

Project Yellow Light Project Yellow Light is a scholarship competition designed to bring about change. As an applicant you have one clear mission: create a video or billboard to encourage your friends to avoid distracted driving, specifically, texting while driving.

12/04/2020

LED FastStart is hosting a virtual career fair on December 16. The following companies will have representatives present and are actively hiring:

• CDIT
• CGI
• DXC Technology
• General Dynamics Information Technology
• Globalstar
• IBM
• L3Harris
• Praeses
• School Mint

Job seekers can register for the event using this link: https://app.brazenconnect.com/events/ZDJen?utm_medium=Facebook&utm_source=Facebook.

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