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Apply by March 29th - CS Dept Position: Systems & Network Architect/Manager

The CS Dept has a full-time position opened for a Systems & Network Architect/Manager. The role of this position is to provide computing support and direction for the students, faculty, and staff of the BYU Department of Computer Science. Given the nature of the CS department, this position requires a high level of awareness and expertise in the latest computing technologies.

April Graduation


If you have not ordered your cap and gown for April graduation TODAY is the last day. Please order it today. After today there will be a $10 late fee charged for cap and gown orders.

Department Congratulates 2006 Graduates

The Department congratulates all April 2006 computer science graduates for their noteworthy accomplishment. The University's commencement ceremonies will be on Thursday, April 27th at 4:00 p.m. in the Marriott Center. The College ceremonies will begin on Friday, April 28th at 8:00 a.m. in the Wilkinson Center Ballroom.

Gladys Kenfack of Microsoft

Gladys Kenfack is going to be the next guest speaker for the Women in
CS lecture series. She is a BYU alumna and is now working for
Microsoft. The talk by Gladys Kenfack is going to be in HBLL 3710 on
April 13 at 12:00 - 12:50. She will talk about openings at Microsoft,
how to prepare for interviews at Microsoft, what are some good skill
sets to have. She will also be taking resumes. Everybody in the CS
department are invited to join in the event.

Deadline for ExxonMobil and Allred Scholarships

Friday, April 14th is the deadline to apply for the department's ExxonMobil and Tracie R. Allred half-tuition scholarships for the 2006-2007 academic year. You may pick up an application with more details in the department offices in 3361 TMCB.The ExxonMobil and Tracie R. Allred scholarships call for individuals with strong academic records, but will take into account other factors such as service and financial need.

The ExxonMobil requirements are: