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  • Alert fellow students through SlugAlert!

    Introducing SlugAlert, a new web app created by undergrads to help keep the campus community informed and alerted! With SlugAlert, you can click anywhere on campus to report issues, safety concerns, slug sightings or anything that you think other students should know about! It’s meant to connect students and essentially give each other a heads-up…

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  • “Introduction to Hacking Competitions” This Fall

    Our Introduction to Hacking Competitions course (CMPM17-01) is coming back for Fall 2024! If you’re interested in… Then you may want to take our class this Fall! Class code: CMPM-17-01 In close partnership with *Slug Security*, we’ve made a course that teaches you the fundamentals of competitive hacking. Test your hacking skills against short and…

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  • Enroll in EDUC 50B (Cal Teach) in 2024!

    Apply and enroll in EDUC 50B, a 2-unit introductory seminar offered by Cal Teach that explores secondary students, teaching, and schools in the context of mathematics instruction. Along with a weekly seminar, students enrolled in EDUC 50B will also be concurrently participating in a secondary school internship! Cal Teach is a great opportunity to gain…

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  • Bioinformatics Club – Journal Club

    Join us on Thursday, May 23rd from 6:00 – 7:00pm at PSB 305 to learn how to write a review paper! RSVP here!

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  • Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Undergrad Research Conference

    This quarter, ACM has partnered with Baskin School Of Engineering to host an undergraduate research conference on May 28th. This conference is an opportunity for CSE undergraduates to showcase the research they’ve worked on throughout the year. The symposium will feature a mix of professor/professional keynote speaker(s), oral presentations from undergraduates, and a poster session. Everyone…

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  • The Public Interest in Predictive Algorithms – Anne L. Washington

    Predictive algorithms transform daily life but will they ever serve the public interest? The ability to differentiate people through digital representations often advantages powerful interests. Algorithms that resist domination, link communities, or center the vulnerable, are more rare than algorithms that divide opinions or encourage spending. Distributing social resources, especially through algorithms, is inherently political.…

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Last modified: Mar 21, 2024