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The It Girls Alumnae at NYCWiC 2016

The NYCWiC Conference is an annual event held for Women in the Computing and STEM related fields. Students and others in attendance have the unique opportunity to network, share stories and challenges, while building a professional community. Poster Competition: Make an App for That! It Girls Alumnae attended last year’s conference, and competed in a… Read the full article…



#CUSEdoesNAB

Students Natalie Wiesnet, Brad Slavin, Arland Whitfield, and Lexi Madison all got the opportunity to travel to the National Association of Broadcasters convention  in Las Vegas, Nevada. This feed updates daily as they venture through the convention. To follow our journeys via Twitter, check out the hashtage #CUSEdoesNAB To keep up with all of the… Read the full article…


Seeing Through Visual Technologies

From September 13-15, I attended the Second International Visual Methods Conference held at the Open University in Milton Keynes, UK. Visual methods cover a broad set of social science research tools and approaches, from video documentation to creating data visualizations. One of the most striking themes that surfaced during this three-day conference was a consistent connection drawn between images and technology.


The Smartphone Car

Heard about Ford’s Sync? To those who haven’t, Ford recently unveiled its latest contribution at the CTIA trade show to the automobile world called Sync – and it is not a car. What Sync is, is a very cool concept. It allows a smartphone user to extend the phone capabilities to his/her Ford. How? It’s… Read the full article…