• Apr
    21
    Emerging Tech Panel 

    Three professionals from the world of emerging tech will discuss workplace trends, tools and methods followed by a brief Q+A.

    About this Event

    Join the Design Internship Program, XD Roundtable and DePaul Digital Media Ties for an exciting panel of design professionals to explore the latest tools, best practices and growing trends in the field of emerging technology.

     

    About

    From artificial intelligence to blockchain and virtual reality, the ever-expanding world of future technology is an exciting place. Through this panel, students will learn from three alumni currently working in the field about how their experience at DePaul University helped shape their career path and what guides them in the process. Along with the latest emerging tech.

    The discussion will be moderated with time to allow for Q & A following the panel presentation. We encourage all students interested in technology and futures to attend. For those looking to grow their interest and learn more about emerging tech and speculatives this will be a terrific starting point! Please RSVP to reserve your seat today.

     

    Panelists

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    Amelia Bauer

    UX Design Lead – PwC

    After studying Computer Science at Notre Dame (2014), Amelia Bauer went on to pursue a Masters degree in HCI at DePaul (2020). She’s now the UX Design Lead at PwC’s Emerging Technology Lab. While design disciplines vary based on projects, Amelia enjoys working with Principle to build microinteractions and animation into her work. Staying up on the latest trends is demanding and school presents its own challenges, Bauer recommends students, “take the time to invest in self-learning!

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    Niketa Jhaveri

    Vice President of User Experience – Flexera

    As the Vice President of User Experience at Flexera, Niketa Jhaveri delivers 20+ years of UX leadership. That means guiding her team through complicated problems and turning them into seamless elegant designs. Since earning her MS in HCI from DePaul University in 2011, Jhaveri has worked at places like Microsystems and GE while picking up executive certifications from Harvard Business School. For Niketa, design is more than a department, it’s a muscle. She tells students to, “find your UX GRIT and follow it through!

     

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    Ashley Rossiaky

    Senior Interaction Designer – Flexera

    Senior Interaction Designer Ashley Rossiaky channels inspiration from multiple sources when crafting products at Flexera because the total experience requires thinking beyond a single impression. After completing her Masters in HCI from DePaul University in 2020, Rossiaky has continued to hone her interest in enterprise systems. She maintains that the real-world can require some digging and encourages students to, “remain curious for your entire career and don’t be afraid to ask questions.” With the right timing, your inquiries can help gain respect from co-workers.

    4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
  • Apr
    22
    Live Chat with an Admission Officer: Sarah Primozich 

    Got questions about your admission to CDM?  Or want to learn more about our MS Data Science and MS Artificial Intelligence programs?

    Join a virtual chat with DePaul CDM Assistant Director Sarah Primozich in the comfort of your own home.  She will be available between 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CST.  Attend at any time that is convenient for you.

    10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
    Online
  • Apr
    23
    Colloquium: Dr. Brianna B. Posadas - How human-computer interaction is changing agricultural technology 

    Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://depaul.zoom.us/j/96981356048?pwd=dzhWZS9HMmdYc0xVNHFsUHl0VU8wdz09

    Password: 073359

    Abstract: Modern agriculture is highly technical. In order to feed a growing population with finite resources, farmers, researchers, and agricultural technology providers (ATPs) have turned to technological solutions. From precision agriculture (PA), vertical farming, genetically modified organisms, to farm management, there is no aspect of the agricultural industry that has not been touched by technology.

    But with the rise of agricultural technology has not always gone smoothly. For one, these technologies are often designed without input from the farmer, thus the usability of the devices deployed is lacking. In order to use the technology, farmers must sign user agreements, which may waive their rights to their own data and prevent them from fixing their own equipment. The promise of PA has been found to be overstated, as the quality of data collected to generate the algorithms can be lacking and the cost of the equipment prohibitive to many small farms.

    This talk will discuss some projects that are addressing the gaps in ag technology. There are projects where we are using citizen science in order to increase the ground truthing data collection for ag. There are national programs where we are working with farmers to adopt existing technologies for them to use more easily. There are policy makers who are investigating how we can better regulate the use of big data in agriculture while protecting the rights of farmers. It will also include a forward look at priorities and challenges that lie ahead.

    Bio: Dr. Brianna B. Posadas is a CRA Computing Innovation Fellow in the Department of Agricultural, Leadership, and Community Education at Virginia Tech. Her research is focused on the intersection of agriculture, technology, and user-centered design. When she completed her PhD at the University of Florida, she was the first Latina to earn a doctorate from the department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering. Dr. Posadas also received her master of science in agricultural and biological engineering at UF and her bachelor of science in engineering from Harvey Mudd College.  
    Dr. Posadas currently works with the AgrAbility and HARVEST programs at Virginia Tech continuing her work in user-centered design in agriculture. In addition to addressing usability and accessibility of precision agriculture technologies, she is studying how to best utilize big data in agriculture while also protecting the privacy and security rights of growers. Her previous work in agriculture includes using hyperspectral imaging techniques to detect AMB in Fuji apples in Korea and creating a crowdsourcing platform to collect ground truth data on lambsquarters in Washington D.C. Dr. Posadas has also worked in technology policy studying predictive policing, pre-trial risk assessments, and how social media affects communities of color.

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    Online
  • Apr
    27
    CDM Data Science Zoom Online Event 

    Learn about the MS Data Science program and the variety of career possibilities in the Data Science field.
     
    You can set up the free Zoom application for your desktop at:  https://zoom.us/.

    Questions/contact:
    Sarah Primozich
    sprimoz1@depaul.edu

    4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    Online
  • Apr
    28
    SoD TALKS: Game Designer Sharang Biswas presents Fantastic Sex: How Analogue Games Can Promote a Mindset of Queer Community & Sexual Liberation 

    ABOUT THIS TALK

    Analogue games, with their focus on embodied & participatory frameworks for shared storytelling, are uniquely positioned to spread ideas of sex-positivity, sexual freedom, and queer solidarity. With the rise in prominence of independent roleplaying games as an artistic practice, game designers are using tabletop and live-action roleplaying games to connect queer communities and explore the possibilities of sex & sexuality. In this talk, Sharang Biswas will discuss the power of interactivity, explore how games can leverage this power to discuss sex and queerness, and present various games at the forefront of sexual representation.

    About the speaker

    Sharang Biswas is a writer, artist, and game designer based in NYC. He has won awards from the International Festival of Independent Games (Indiecade) and the Indie Game Developers' Network, (IGDN) exhibited at numerous institutions including the Institute of Contemporary Art-Philadelphia, the Toronto Reference Library, Pioneer Works in Brooklyn, and The Flow Gallery. He has contributed essays to Kill Screen, First Person Scholar, Eurogamer, Dicebreaker, Unwinnable and more. He is the co-editor of HONEY & HOT WAX: AN ANTHOLOGY OF EROTIC ART GAMES (Pelgrane Press) and STRANGE LUSTS / STRANGE LOVES: AN ANTHOLOGY OF EROTIC INTERACTIVE FICTION (Strange Horizons). Sharang is currently on the faculty of Computer Science at Fordham University and is the Game Artist in Residence for the Education Department at the Museum of the Moving Image. Find him on Twitter: @SharangBiswas

     

    For more information visit https://sharangbiswas.myportfolio.com/

    12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
  • Apr
    30
    Colloquium: Dr. Brandeis Marshall Hashtag Activism 

    Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://depaul.zoom.us/j/96981356048?pwd=dzhWZS9HMmdYc0xVNHFsUHl0VU8wdz09

    Password: 073359

    Abstract: Social networks have supplemented or reduced in-person communications substantially in recent years. Twitter, for instance, offers multiple mechanisms for digital communication, including drop-in commenting, scheduled support group discussions and event-based discussions. In 280 characters or less, users express sentiments, make declarations, post relevant resources and commiserate online around a central topic. The duration of these interactions are anchored by the prevalence of common hashtags used by those members contributing to the discussion. In this talk, we’ll discuss live tweeting communications and its impact on timely social movements. We follow the gender and racial live tweeting dialogue during the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences from 2016 to 2018. We identify, evaluate and correlate timely hashtags and keywords. 

    Bio: Brandeis Marshall, PhD is an education activist, scholar, and data justice advocate. Originally trained as a computer scientist, her work sits at the intersection of data/AI ethics, data engineering and culturally responsive pedagogy. Brandeis regularly instructs, mentors, speaks and studies the racial, gender and socioeconomic impact of data in technology. She worked as a Technical Advisor to the Deep Fakes Accountability Act introduced to the US House of Representatives. Brandeis is faculty at Spelman College and also a faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School.

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    Online
  • May
    3
    CDM Drop in Session with Sarah Primozich 

    Do you have a quick question and want to drop in with an admission officer? Drop in visits cover topics such as general questions about admission, cost, curriculum, scholarships and more! This Live Chat - Drop In Session is best suited for general admission questions that can be answered in 5 minutes.
     

    10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
    Online
  • May
    3
    CDM Graduate Online Financial Aid Information Session 

    The College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) at DePaul University invites you to attend our upcoming Graduate Financial Information Session.

    Our Financial Information Session provides admitted students a comprehensive presentation of the financial aid process, scholarships, and assistantship opportunities, and ways to help finance your advanced degree. There will also be an opportunity after the presentation to speak with a graduate admission officer and financial aid counselor.

    For any questions about this event, please email admission@cdm.depaul.edu.
     

    4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    Online
  • May
    5
    College of Computing and Digital Media Graduate Online Information Session 

    The College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) at DePaul University invites you to attend one of our upcoming Graduate Information Sessions.

    You can view a full list of our programs at CDM's website.   

    Our Information Sessions offer the opportunity to learn more about the application process, speak directly with an admission officer, and discover the benefits of joining the DePaul community with the convenience of no travel.

    For any questions about this event, please email admission@cdm.depaul.edu.

    5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
    Online
  • May
    7
    Colloquium: Dr. Amanda Lazar - Centering the tension between critical perspectives and practice to advance technology research on health and aging 

    Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://depaul.zoom.us/j/96981356048?pwd=dzhWZS9HMmdYc0xVNHFsUHl0VU8wdz09

    Password: 073359

    Abstract: Technology designers and developers have focused on the domain of health and aging for decades. Recently, researchers are adopting critical perspectives which push back on prior ways of approaching technologies in these spaces. For example, researchers are calling attention to how the overwhelming focus of aging interventions on addressing cognitive and physical decline links to a deficit-view of aging which can contribute to stigma and neglect other needs of older adults. I center these and other tensions between practice-based and critical approaches in my work, arguing that it is important to rigorously attend to and learn from both of these approaches. In this talk, I will present several projects on technology for health and aging. First, I will argue for the importance of understanding the tension between critical and practice-based approaches, and how these can be traced in our research. Then, I will present my work that seeks to leverage these tensions to advance design. 

    Bio: Amanda Lazar is an assistant professor in the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. She received her PhD from the University of Washington in the Department of Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education. Her research examines the design of technology for older adults – and in particular, older adults with dementia – to support social interaction and engagement in activities. Her work is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR).

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    Online
  • May
    7
    Colloquium: Katta Spiel -Let’s Talk about Norms — Provocations for Interaction Design and HCI 

    Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://depaul.zoom.us/j/96981356048?pwd=dzhWZS9HMmdYc0xVNHFsUHl0VU8wdz09

    Password: 073359

    Abstract: Norms and assumptions necessarily shape how we interact with the world.  Hence, research in Interaction Design and Human-Computer Interaction is not free from popular perceptions and dominant discourses which uphold oppressive power structures. In this talk, I critically analyse how norms around bodies are constructed within the research and practices in these fields and explore potential strategies for research and design with people whose bodies are marginalised by technologies. I close on provocations that may guide researchers and designers to orient themselves less on the general, hold themselves accountable for the material consequences of their works, and identify a love for equity, accessibility and the specificities that make us human. 

    Bio: Katta researches marginalised perspectives on technology to inform critical design and engineering.  Their work is situated at the intersection of Computer Science, Design and Critical Theory.  Drawing on methods from (Critical) Participatory Design and Action Research, collaborations with neurodivergent and/or nonbinary folks have lead to the exploration of novel potentials for designs, methodological contributions to Human-Computer Interaction and innovative technological artefacts.
    Currently, Katta Spiel is an FWF Hertha-Firnberg scholar at the HCI Group of TU Wien (Vienna University of Technology), where they work on their individual project titled “Exceptional Norms: Marginalised Bodies in Interaction Design”.  Additionally,  they teach “Methodological Approaches” in the interdisciplinary Master’s curriculum in Gender Studies at the University of Vienna.

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    Online
  • May
    12
    College of Computing and Digital Media Online New Graduate Student Orientation 

    Join your CDM Graduate Admission Officers for our New Graduate Orientation. Newly admitted students will learn how to register for classes, navigate Campus Connect, and gain useful tips for program management.

    Get all your new student questions answered, receive assistance enrolling, and get next steps for your first quarter. 

    The presentation begins promptly at the start of the event time. This is a screen share event and it is recommended that you view via a laptop or desktop with at least two tabs open to follow along. 

    Google Chrome is the preferred browser for the event site.
     

    5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
    Online
  • May
    14
    Colloquium: Dr. HyunJoo Oh - Everyday Materials to Grow Resilience in Learning through Making 

    Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://depaul.zoom.us/j/96981356048?pwd=dzhWZS9HMmdYc0xVNHFsUHl0VU8wdz09

    Password: 073359

    Abstract: Tools and materials shape the way we think, make and learn. Familiarity and accessibility of everyday tools and materials play a critical role as a means to foster resilience and empower creativity. Resilience in this context refers to how one can face and adapt challenges in the process of learning through making, and push oneself to investigate new creative possibilities. In this talk, I will present our research projects on computational design tools and methods that integrate everyday craft materials with computing. I’ll discuss how our work attempts to engage and empower a broad range of designers to become more resilient in their learning through making.

    Bio: HyunJoo Oh is an assistant professor with a joint appointment in the School of Industrial Design and the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech. She is the director of the CoDe Craft group where a team of researchers explores how computing technologies can extend and transform familiar and accessible materials and how these integrations can broaden expressive and technical possibilities for designers. She received her PhD in Technology, Media, and Society from University of Colorado Boulder and master’s degrees in Entertainment Technology from Carnegie Mellon University and Media Interaction Design from Ewha Womans University. More information about HyunJoo Oh and her group can be found from: codecraft.group

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    Online
  • May
    17
    College of Computing and Digital Media Graduate International Online Information Session 

    The College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) at DePaul University invites you to attend one of our upcoming International Graduate Information Sessions.

    You can view a full list of our programs at CDM's website.   

    Our Information Sessions offer the opportunity to learn more about the application process, speak directly with an admission officer, and discover the benefits of joining the DePaul community with the convenience of no travel.

    For any questions about this event, please call admission@cdm.depaul.edu.

    9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
    Online
  • May
    21
    CDM - Virtual Lunch & Learn Session - DCMA and Experience Design 

    Join our CDM faculty, current students, and graduate admissions to learn about our MA in Digital Communication and Media Arts and MA in Experience Design degrees, via zoom.

    At our virtual Lunch & Learn session, you will meet with faculty, discuss program interests, learn more about the application process and hear about our students’ experiences.  

    Grab your lunch and join faculty and students virtually. For any questions about this event, please email admission@cdm.depaul.edu.

    12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
    Online
  • May
    24
    CDM Drop in Session with Sarah Primozich 

    Do you have a quick question and want to drop in with an admission officer? Drop in visits cover topics such as general questions about admission, cost, curriculum, scholarships and more! This Live Chat - Drop In Session is best suited for general admission questions that can be answered in 5 minutes.
     

    4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    Online
  • May
    27
    Live Chat with an Admission Officer: Sarah Primozich 

    Got questions about your admission to CDM?  Or want to learn more about our MS Data Science and MS Artificial Intelligence programs?

    Join a virtual chat with DePaul CDM Assistant Director Sarah Primozich in the comfort of your own home.  She will be available between 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CST.  Attend at any time that is convenient for you.

    10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
    Online
  • May
    28
    Colloquium: Dr. Jasmine Jones - Future User Experiences with Socially Embedded Computing 

    Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://depaul.zoom.us/j/96981356048?pwd=dzhWZS9HMmdYc0xVNHFsUHl0VU8wdz09

    Password: 073359

    Abstract: Technologies are increasingly socially embedded: they augment objects in our physical environment, facilitate our social interactions, and even transform the ways we process information and manage our behavior. Ubiquitous computing systems and devices influence how we live, what we value, and how we relate to others. My research seeks to understand how diverse human values are and will be entangled in the design and use of these technologies. In this talk I will discuss recent projects exploring embedded computing in family life, health and wellness, and educational settings. 

    Bio: Jasmine Jones is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Berea College. She received her PhD in Information Science from the University of Michigan. Her research and teaching focus on understanding the human experience of physical computing technologies and promoting the inclusion of diverse imaginaries in the design process.

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    Online
  • Jun
    3
    CDM Graduate International Online Information Session 

    The College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) at DePaul University invites you to attend one of our upcoming International Graduate Information Sessions.

    You can view a full list of our programs at CDM's website.   

    Our Information Sessions offer the opportunity to learn more about the application process, speak directly with an admission officer, and discover the benefits of joining the DePaul community with the convenience of no travel.

    For any questions about this event, please call admission@cdm.depaul.edu.

    8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
    Online
  • Jun
    3
    CDM Graduate International Online Information Session 

    The College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) at DePaul University invites you to attend one of our upcoming International Graduate Information Sessions.

    You can view a full list of our programs at CDM's website.   

    Our Information Sessions offer the opportunity to learn more about the application process, speak directly with an admission officer, and discover the benefits of joining the DePaul community with the convenience of no travel.

    For any questions about this event, please call admission@cdm.depaul.edu.

    7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
    Online
  • Jun
    4
    Colloquium: Katta Spiel - Let’s Talk about Norms — Provocations for Interaction Design and HCI 

    Zoom Link: https://depaul.zoom.us/j/96981356048?pwd=dzhWZS9HMmdYc0xVNHFsUHl0VU8wdz09

    Password: 073359

    Abstract: Norms and assumptions necessarily shape how we interact with the world.  Hence, research in Interaction Design and Human-Computer Interaction is not free from popular perceptions and dominant discourses which uphold oppressive power structures. In this talk, I critically analyse how norms around bodies are constructed within the research and practices in these fields and explore potential strategies for research and design with people whose bodies are marginalised by technologies. I close on provocations that may guide researchers and designers to orient themselves less on the general, hold themselves accountable for the material consequences of their works, and identify a love for equity, accessibility and the specificities that make us human. 

    Bio: Katta researches marginalised perspectives on technology to inform critical design and engineering.  Their work is situated at the intersection of Computer Science, Design and Critical Theory.  Drawing on methods from (Critical) Participatory Design and Action Research, collaborations with neurodivergent and/or nonbinary folks have lead to the exploration of novel potentials for designs, methodological contributions to Human-Computer Interaction and innovative technological artefacts.
    Currently, Katta Spiel is an FWF Hertha-Firnberg scholar at the HCI Group of TU Wien (Vienna University of Technology), where they work on their individual project titled “Exceptional Norms: Marginalised Bodies in Interaction Design”.  Additionally,  they teach “Methodological Approaches” in the interdisciplinary Master’s curriculum in Gender Studies at the University of Vienna.

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    Online
  • Jun
    9
    CDM Online New Graduate Student Orientation 

    Join your CDM Graduate Admission Officers for our New Graduate Orientation. Newly admitted students will learn how to register for classes, navigate Campus Connect, and gain useful tips for program management.

    Get all your new student questions answered, receive assistance enrolling, and get next steps for your first quarter. 

    The presentation begins promptly at the start of the event time. This is a screen share event and it is recommended that you view via a laptop or desktop with at least two tabs open to follow along. 

    Google Chrome is the preferred browser for the event site.
     

    12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
    Online
  • Jun
    9
    CDM Graduate Online Information Session 

    The College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) at DePaul University invites you to attend one of our upcoming Graduate Information Sessions.

    You can view a full list of our programs at CDM's website.   

    Our Information Sessions offer the opportunity to learn more about the application process, speak directly with an admission officer, and discover the benefits of joining the DePaul community with the convenience of no travel.

    For any questions about this event, please email admission@cdm.depaul.edu.

    5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
    Online
  • Jun
    23
    CDM Graduate International Admitted Student Live Chat 

    Now that you have been admitted, do you have questions about the I-20 process? Not sure what documents you need to submit? Confused on what requirements you need to fulfill? CDM has you covered.

    Join our Live Chat with our graduate admission office and a representative from our International Student and Scholars (ISS) office, receive answers to your pressing questions regarding qualifying for your I-20, visa interview process, preparing for your arrival in the U.S and get to know some new fellow classmates. 

    For any questions regarding this Live Chat, please email: admission@cdm.depaul.edu.

    9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
    Online
  • Jul
    8
    CDM Graduate International Online Information Session 

    The College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) at DePaul University invites you to attend one of our upcoming International Graduate Information Sessions.

    You can view a full list of our programs at CDM's website.   

    Our Information Sessions offer the opportunity to learn more about the application process, speak directly with an admission officer, and discover the benefits of joining the DePaul community with the convenience of no travel.

    For any questions about this event, please call admission@cdm.depaul.edu.

    8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
    Online
  • Jul
    8
    College of Computing and Digital Media Graduate Online Information Session 

    The College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) at DePaul University invites you to attend one of our upcoming Graduate Information Sessions.

    You can view a full list of our programs at CDM's website.   

    Our Information Sessions offer the opportunity to learn more about the application process, speak directly with an admission officer, and discover the benefits of joining the DePaul community with the convenience of no travel.

    For any questions about this event, please email admission@cdm.depaul.edu.

    5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
    Online
  • Jul
    13
    College of Computing and Digital Media Online New Graduate Student Orientation 

    Join your CDM Graduate Admission Officers for our New Graduate Orientation. Newly admitted students will learn how to register for classes, navigate Campus Connect, and gain useful tips for program management.

    Get all your new student questions answered, receive assistance enrolling, and get next steps for your first quarter. 

    The presentation begins promptly at the start of the event time. This is a screen share event and it is recommended that you view via a laptop or desktop with at least two tabs open to follow along. 

    Google Chrome is the preferred browser for the event site.

    5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
    Online
  • Aug
    3
    College of Computing and Digital Media Graduate Online Information Session 

    The College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) at DePaul University invites you to attend one of our upcoming Graduate Information Sessions.

    You can view a full list of our programs at CDM's website.   

    Our Information Sessions offer the opportunity to learn more about the application process, speak directly with an admission officer, and discover the benefits of joining the DePaul community with the convenience of no travel.

    For any questions about this event, please email admission@cdm.depaul.edu.

    5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
    Online
  • Aug
    4
    College of Computing and Digital Media Online New Graduate Student Orientation 

    Join your CDM Graduate Admission Officers for our New Graduate Orientation. Newly admitted students will learn how to register for classes, navigate Campus Connect, and gain useful tips for program management.

    Get all your new student questions answered, receive assistance enrolling, and get next steps for your first quarter. 

    The presentation begins promptly at the start of the event time. This is a screen share event and it is recommended that you view via a laptop or desktop with at least two tabs open to follow along. 

    Google Chrome is the preferred browser for the event site.

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    Online
  • Aug
    26
    College of Computing and Digital Media Online New Graduate Student Orientation 

    Join your CDM Graduate Admission Officers for our New Graduate Orientation. Newly admitted students will learn how to register for classes, navigate Campus Connect, and gain useful tips for program management.

    Get all your new student questions answered, receive assistance enrolling, and get next steps for your first quarter. 

    The presentation begins promptly at the start of the event time. This is a screen share event and it is recommended that you view via a laptop or desktop with at least two tabs open to follow along. 

    Google Chrome is the preferred browser for the event site.

    5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
    Online