We represent all undergraduate students in the faculty of computer science. We promote student interests in the faculty and at a university level. Our mission is to advocate for students, and to promote a welcoming and inclusive environment.

Everyone in the Faculty of Computer Science is already a member of the Computer Science Society. As a member, you have the right to attend meetings, voice your opinion, and run for council. The council usually consists of a diverse bunch of students. Men, women, LGTBQ+, international students, are welcome and encouraged to attend. Our goal is to make the faculty inclusive, and to provide services and events for students.

A great way to get involved is to come to our bi-weekly meetings. Expect to be informed as an agenda will be distributed beforehand. There is no commitment to attend these meetings. If you feel like it was not something you want to continue, that’s fine, you can contribute in other ways. Feel free to reach out to any of the council members and they can provide you with lots of information.

Be sure to check out our Facebook, TwitterInstagram  and LinkedIn pages, and join our Facebook group! We also have a Github account that can be found here

3 months ago

Dal CS Society

The Computer Science Society’s annual general meeting is taking place Monday, March 25th. This means every position in our society will be up for grabs! If you’re interested in being a member of our council or know someone who you think might be a good candidate, nominations are now open.

We are accepting nomination submissions from now until Wednesday, March 20th at 11:59 PM. To be able to run for a position in the Computer Science Society, you must be nominated by 4 other CS students.

To nominate a friend for a CSS position, send us an email at society@cs.dal.ca with the subject “AGM Nomination”. You must provide your own name and CSID in this email. You can only nominate one person per position but can include nominees for multiple positions in this email.

After nominations are closed we will host an online election, and the results will be presented at our AGM. We look forward to your nominations!
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4 months ago

Dal CS Society

Dalhousie University
#TBT to when #DalhousieU Computer Science set an ambitious goal - to double the number of female students entering undergraduate programs in September 2018. They more than doubled the number of first-year female undergrads! bit.ly/2D8wRhs #InnovateForChange (🏷️: Dalhousie Computer Science)
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5 months ago

Dal CS Society

Building and centralizing our student volunteer group. Know a new and or fellow CS student interested in volunteering but doesn't know how to get involved? Bring them along! ... See MoreSee Less

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Hear from some of @TD_Canada’s senior female executives about #opportunities and how they are working with us to increase the number of females entering the #tech sector. This Thursday in the Goldberg Computer Science building!

Our very first Intern Training Camp at @shiftkeylabs is kicking off today! Head over to our InstaStories for live updates! https://t.co/loSqaWPU8G #vfccommunity

TOMORROW 1-4pm! Free hands-on repair workshop focused on small electronics/small appliances. Bring broken items to local repair experts & learn skills to keep your stuff out of the trash! @hfxpublib @hfxgov #FixitFair #WasteLess

Week 6: Final game demos @UbisoftHalifax. Thanks so much to Aaron, AJ, and all the students making this such a great experience!

Gearing up for our virtual lobby exhibit celebrating women in computing launch, drop by on June 3rd during Doors Open Halifax to get a first look #DoorsOpenDal #DoorsOpenHfx #Dal200 #womenintech #WeAreAllCS

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