We will be hosting a Virtual Games Night in collaboration with the Math GSA! We have a variety of games to play and are hoping you'll join us on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at 6pm EST. It will be taking place on the Math GSA MS Teams. Check your email for more details on how to join the event!
Current graduate students
We will be holding our annual general meeting on Thursday, December 3, 2020 at 11am EST. Please take a look at the tentative schedule below.
11:00am - 11:10am: Welcome and Introductions.
11:10am - 11:30am: Presentation from the President.
11:30am - 2:00pm: Assorted Games and Fun Activities.
Ralph is hosting a webinar that will share insights, expertise, and data on getting interviews and how to negotiate an industry offer in quantitative finance, AI/ML, data science, bio-technology, and hardware companies. For those of you who attended the webinar with Ralph in Winter 2020, this webinar will include new and improved topics and techniques. Topics will include:
We wanted to share some exciting news about an upcoming event! As you may already be aware, the CS GSA has partnered with the Math GSA to bring you another online event. This time we will be hosting Jackbox sessions for you all to enjoy! This is a great opportunity to keep in touch with your fellow grad students, unwind for a bit, and play some hilarious party games. The event will take place on October 1st, from 6:00pm-8:00pm (EDT). You can find the event through the Math Faculty Grad Students Team on Microsoft Teams.
Welcome to the Fall 2020 Term!
Well, it's that time of year again. The beginning of the fall term, and the start of a new academic year. We wanted to take this moment to welcome back all returning students, and to give a warm welcome to all new CS grad students!
We know it's been a long time since the last CS GSA event. With Canada Day quickly approaching, we have joined together with the Math GSA to bring you all an online trivia night! The trivia will run 7:00pm to 8:30pm on Wednesday, July 1st. You can join together with your fellow math grad students to form teams of 2-4. To take part, simply register your team through the link sent to your uwaterloo inbox!
CS GSA 2020 Presidential Elections
Computer Science Graduate Students will be choosing the next CS GSA President. The president is responsible for representing graduate students in the school council, as well as supporting students during orientation, promoting social gatherings and getting involved in departmental politics. Click here to learn more about the role.
An exciting event is on its way! On Wednesday, March 4th, we will host a trip to Chicopee Tube Park for an afternoon of winter fun, and best of all, it's only $8.85+tax for both the bus and park ticket. Now what is tubing, you might ask? Great question! Imagine sledding but on a giant tire.
The CS GSA is excited to host a talk unlike anything you have seen from us before! We have partnered up with Ralph and we will be talking about how to negotiate a better salary!
The event will take place on Feb 10th, at 2 PM in DC1302.
It gets even better: refreshments will be provided.
CS GSA 2020 Board Elections Results
Regarding the CS GSA 2020 Board Elections, we received exactly one nomination for each role, meaning there won't be elections! Therefore, the following CS GSA Board members are aclaimed: