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Aloha Mai Kākou!
Welcome to our Information & Computer Sciences (ICS) Newsletter.
 
This newsletter will serve as a place to inform undergraduate students, faculty and staff about upcoming events and opportunities within the ICS Department and the greater community. The newsletter will also highlight research projects as well as outstanding students and faculty in our department.
The ICS Department would like to say congratulations/ho`omaika`i to the graduating Class of 2022. You all did it! Mahalo nui loa your hard work and dedication. We would like to also wish you all good luck in your future endeavors. For more information about the Commencement Celebration click here.
May 9-13: Final Examination
May 14: Commencement
May 18: Grades Available
May 28- Summer 2022 Graduation Application 

 
Meet with an academic advisor regularly

Schedule an appointment to meet with one the ICS major advisors to discuss academic and career plans. You may make an appointment via
STAR Balance

 
Student Spotlight
Meet our Student Spotlight, Nhan Bui! Ms. Bui is the very first BST intern from our program. Please read our interview with Nhan below.
 
1) What is your major and class standing?
My major is computer science and I am currently a fourth year student planning to graduate this semester.


2) What are your plans for after graduation? career aspirations?
My internship place has offered me a job for when I graduate so if there are no problems with the process I plan to work for them. I do not have any big career aspirations, I want to just get my foot in the door right now.

For my BST internship, I am working closely with a senior developer to build a report module. The report module is unique in it is mainly not hard coded, so that different types of reports can easily be added by making minor changes to the back end configurations. 


3) Best college memory so far.
My best college memory is when my friends and I slept over at Sinclair to study for finals. It was very tiring and stressful at the time but now it is a good memory.

4) What advice would you give to underclassmen and/or peers?
My advice is to not stress too much about switching majors. Personally I switched majors five times until I found one that I liked.

5) What are some challenges you faced in your academic or professional career? How were you able to overcome them?
My biggest challenge is the chemistry and physics classes I had to take for my BS degree. I overcame it by studying with my friends and just pushing through.

 
Important Announcement
ICS Class of 2022 T-Shirt Design Competition 
Upcoming Events & Opportunities

Hiring Now Workshops: Resumes that Wow
 
Your resume is often your first line of defense when it comes to hiring managers and recruiters. We're here to help you tune yours up in a way that speaks to the industries and areas you're interested in, so you can stand out far from the crowd!

Join us on May 9, 2022 at 11:00 AM for a free workshop from Scott Miyaki, Recruiting Manager at American Savings Bank. It's the perfect chance to get a resume tune-up before the Hiring Now Job Fair!

Registration is required. Sign up here!
 

The Hiring Now Virtual Job Fair

Are you in the market for a new, exciting job opportunity? We invite you to join us on May 12 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM for the Hiring Now Virtual Job Fair to network with over 30 local employers from all industries who are looking to hire local talent, right now!

Offered in partnership with Kamehameha Schools, Hawaii News Now, Hawaii is Hiring and the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii, Hiring Now features a live job board where you can access available positions from participating companies leading up to the fair. On fair day, you’ll be able to chat one-on-one with recruiters, share your resume, network, and attend workshops designed to help you succeed throughout your professional journey. There will also be various UH college campuses in attendance to share more about their upskilling and credentialing programs available to students. Visit hawaiiishiring.com/hiringnow to learn more.


PACE is bringing Brian Lam, the editor of Gizmodo and founder of The Wirecutter to the University of Hawaii as the featured guest of “Talk Story with Brian Lam.” A duo of interviewers, including co-founder of Jelly, Cindy Wu; and technologist, Zachary Kim, will uncover Brian’s upbringing, influences, and experiences as a journalist and entrepreneur during a 45-minute interview. Attendees will have the opportunity to follow with questions.
The event will be delivered in a hybrid format, allowing for a limited number of in-person attendees or Zoom attendance. The event is free and open to the public. Interested attendees should register at 
pace.shidler.hawaii.edu/inspace.

Brian Lam is a writer, journalist, reviewer and blogger. He is best known for his work as editor for Gizmodo, a blog focusing on technology; and founder of The Wirecutter, a recommendation website for gadgets. Lam became editorial director of Gizmodo in 2008.
Research & Funding
Summer Startup Launchpad
Participants will be asked to connect online, so teams can participate from anywhere! Teams must apply online HERE by May 15.
Test your startup team's grit and gain invaluable feedback from business mentors by participating in the 2022 Summer Startup Launchpad!

Over the course of six weeks, participants will learn and practice the lean startup methodology, which challenges teams to gather data and test assumptions to help them make business decisions. Once learned, the method can be applied to any business idea with the goal of preventing founders from prematurely spending valuable resources.

Teams participate for free, thanks to a generous sponsorship from the Mamoru and Aiko Takitani Foundation. 

Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) Program

The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) in the Office of the Vice Provost for Research and Scholarship (OVPRS) is pleased to announce that registration for the 2022 Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) program is now open (register by June 1 for best consideration). SURE provides supplementary infrastructure to undergraduate students conducting faculty-mentored research and creative work at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (UHM) during the summer, including the end-of-summer SURE symposium.

Click here to learn more and register!

Undergraduate Space Grant University Research Internship 2022

​The Undergraduate Space Grant University Research Internship is open! This internship has funds up for 12k and is partnered with NASA. The application will close on June 15th, 2022. There are four different types of internships, as can be found on the flyer, and offer lots of money. The website QR code found on the flyer will direct you to their website for more information.

Registered Independent Organizations
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Club Website & Club Discord

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Club Website & Club Discord

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