The ACM/AITP officers would like to introduce you to our organization. As an active part of the Computer Science Department here at NC State, ACM/AITP provides opportunities throughout the year for students to get involved in their department and learn about the exciting job opportunities awaiting them in this growing field. Take a look around the site and see who we are, what we're all about, and when our next meeting is.
Year-End Pig Pickin'
What: Year-end PIG PICKIN'
When: Friday, April 26th, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Where: Monteith Research Center (MRC), Centennial Campus (Directions)
The Pig Pickin’ is an annual tradition within the department, providing everyone a chance to unwind and celebrate the conclusion of another successful academic year.
All food, drinks, and fun are FREE and open to all computer science students, faculty, staff, family and friends! There will be pork barbecue, fried chicken, and all the fixin’s provided by Cooper’s BBQ. A vegetarian spread will also be provided by Neomonde. Save room for dessert - plenty of NC State’s premium Howling Cow ice cream!
We will also raffle the following awesome prizes and have sports equipment available for games! Raffle tickets will cost $1 per ticket with proceeds going to support future ACM/AITP activities.
Many thanks to this year’s event sponsors: Boeing, Cisco, Deutsche Bank Global Technology, EMC, McKesson, NetApp, Premiere Healthcare Alliance, Prometheus Group, Tekelec, the ePartners Program and the NC State Engineering Foundation.
As part of the Pig Pickin' we announce faculty and staff awards voted on by students. Please vote for your favorite professors in the ACM/AITP Faculty and Staff Awards! Please note that, to prevent a person from winning the same award two years in a row, votes for last year's winners will not be counted (they are not presented as an option). Please only vote once; multiple submissions by the same person will not count.
You can vote by accessing the form here. ACM/AITP Faculty Awards Ballot
We hope you will join us for this annual tradition!
To see an overview of some of the talks we have had in the past, go to the Events page.
Visit the ACM/AITP website later in the semester for more details!