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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!

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We had over 100 female high school students attend our Women in Tech Day on November 24th. A big thanks to all the mentors and workshop hosts that made this possible!

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Meet Microsoft’s Ozge Yeloglu

December 8, 2017, 2:30pm - December 8, 2017, 1:30pm

Drop-in to ShiftKey Labs to meet Ozge Yeloglu, Chief Data Scientist at Microsoft Canada and Computer Science alumna. Find out more about her research at Microsoft, her path to success and get advice o...

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We had over 100 female high school students attend our Women in Tech Day on November 24th. Check out these awesome pictures!
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Thanks @OzgeYeloglu for spending the time to come and inspire our students this afternoon @microsoftcanada @Dal_Alumni

December 8 from 2:30-3:30 drop-in to ShiftKey Labs to meet Ozge Yeloglu, Chief Data Scientist at Microsoft Canada… https://t.co/XCThReorcK

Did you know you can submit more than one abstract? We can’t wait to see all the exciting research and project ideas you are working on.

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