• Feb
    22
    MSPA Guest Speaker: HARLEY-DAVIDSON: Modeling in Financial Services & INTERNSHIP 

    Come meet DePaul MSPA alumnus Mike Gredlics, Sr. Risk Analyst at Harley-Davidson Financial Services (hdfsi.com). Learn about creating a credit scoring model that predicts the likelihood of a new loan account becoming severely delinquent in the first 18 months of its life using only credit bureau data and about an internship opportunity at Harley-Davidson Financial Services!

    Agenda:
    3:30-4:00 - Networking
    4:00-5:00 - Mike will talk about his work at HDFS and an internship opportunity
    5:00-5:30 - Q&A

    An RSVP is requested if you plan to attend.
    It is a FREE event! And FREE PIZZA!!! Anyone interested in the topic may attend.

    Mike will talk about the techniques of creating a credit scoring model that predicts the likelihood of a new loan account becoming severely delinquent in the first 18 months of its life using only credit bureau data. A numeric score gets created when an applicant or applicants apply for credit in the US to purchase a new or used Harley-Davidson motorcycle. This score is then used to determine a variety of things including the loan parameters offered and the decision whether to approve or decline the loan. The presentation will include the statistical techniques that are needed to create such a scorecard.

    About HDFS:

    Harley-Davidson Financial Services (HDFS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Harley-Davidson, Inc., offers a wide range of financial products and services to motorcycle enthusiasts and Harley-Davidson dealerships. Products available to consumers include financing on motorcycles, MotorClothes(tm), and parts and accessories; cycle insurance; and extended service plans for Harley-Davidson(r) motorcycles.

    3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
    CDM 209
  • Feb
    23
    CDM Lunch & Learn: MA Digital Communication & Media Arts, MA Experience Design, & MS Human-Computer Interaction 

    Enjoy lunch on us with CDM faculty, current students, and graduate admissions to learn about our MA Digital Communication & Media Arts, MA Experience Design, and MS Human-Computer Interaction programs through conversation in a casual, small setting.

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

    Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

    12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
    CDM Center, 243 South Wabash Ave. Chicago, IL 60604, Room 209
  • Feb
    23
    CDM Lunch & Learn: School of Cinematic Arts at Cinespace Studios 

    Enjoy lunch on us with CDM faculty, current students, and graduate admissions to learn about our School of Cinematic Arts programs through conversation in a casual, small setting.

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

    Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

    12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    Cinespace Chicago Film Studios, 2621 W. 15th Pl, Chicago, IL 60608
  • Feb
    23
    HACK2IMPACT - A Hackathon for Social Good 

    HACK2IMPACT - A Hackathon for Social Good

    When:
    Friday, Feb 23, 6-10pm
    Saturday, Feb 24, 8am-10pm
    Sunday, Feb 25, 8am-4pm

    Who:
    DePaul Universitty, Northwestern University, University of Illinois, Chicago, and other Chicago-area school college students and alumni

    What:
    On February 23-25, students and alumni of DePaul University, Northwestern University, and University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois Institute of Technology, and other Chicago-area schools are invited come together and form teams of diverse talents, from developers and engineers, to designers and business students.

    Assisted by the Chicago Community Trust and DePaul?s Office of Mission and Values, area professionals will each present issues facing the Chicago community. Starting at 6pm on Friday evening and working over the weekend, professionals will mentor their team to develop a prototype or other solution to address the need.
    The hackathon will conclude on Sunday with each team presenting their creation, judged by representatives from the community partners. Winners will receive money and work space at the Idea Realization Lab to continue their project.

    Why:
    Participants will gain a broader understanding of real-world problems and how they can address them, as well as developing skills through the hands-on practice of working as a team to create a solution that can benefit their community.

    Cost:
    Free!

    For more information, contact
    Jay Margalus: jmargal@cdm.depaul.edu
    Theresa Boyle: tboyle2@depaul.edu

    6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
    Daley 310 - Idea Realization Lab
  • Feb
    23
    Crush Your Coding Interview Workshop by Facebook 

    Learn how to put your best foot forward at this Crush Your Coding Interview Workshop by Facebook! This presentation will focus on how to do well in software engineering interviews. It will cover:

    - How to walk through an algorithm problem,
    - How to brainstorm solutions,
    - How to discuss the problem with your interviewer,
    - And how to write (and test) code on a whiteboard.

    Talk delivered by Paul Chang - Software Engineer at Facebook

    4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
    Daley LL102
  • Feb
    24
    HACK2IMPACT - A Hackathon for Social Good 

    HACK2IMPACT - A Hackathon for Social Good

    When:
    Friday, Feb 23, 6-10pm
    Saturday, Feb 24, 8am-10pm
    Sunday, Feb 25, 8am-4pm

    Who:
    DePaul Universitty, Northwestern University, University of Illinois, Chicago, and other Chicago-area school college students and alumni

    What:
    On February 23-25, students and alumni of DePaul University, Northwestern University, and University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois Institute of Technology, and other Chicago-area schools are invited come together and form teams of diverse talents, from developers and engineers, to designers and business students.

    Assisted by the Chicago Community Trust and DePaul?s Office of Mission and Values, area professionals will each present issues facing the Chicago community. Starting at 6pm on Friday evening and working over the weekend, professionals will mentor their team to develop a prototype or other solution to address the need.
    The hackathon will conclude on Sunday with each team presenting their creation, judged by representatives from the community partners. Winners will receive money and work space at the Idea Realization Lab to continue their project.

    Why:
    Participants will gain a broader understanding of real-world problems and how they can address them, as well as developing skills through the hands-on practice of working as a team to create a solution that can benefit their community.

    Cost:
    Free!

    For more information, contact
    Jay Margalus: jmargal@cdm.depaul.edu
    Theresa Boyle: tboyle2@depaul.edu

    8:00 AM to 10:00 PM
    Daley 310 - Idea Realization Lab
  • Feb
    25
    HACK2IMPACT - A Hackathon for Social Good 

    HACK2IMPACT - A Hackathon for Social Good

    When:
    Friday, Feb 23, 6-10pm
    Saturday, Feb 24, 8am-10pm
    Sunday, Feb 25, 8am-4pm

    Who:
    DePaul Universitty, Northwestern University, University of Illinois, Chicago, and other Chicago-area school college students and alumni

    What:
    On February 23-25, students and alumni of DePaul University, Northwestern University, and University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois Institute of Technology, and other Chicago-area schools are invited come together and form teams of diverse talents, from developers and engineers, to designers and business students.

    Assisted by the Chicago Community Trust and DePaul?s Office of Mission and Values, area professionals will each present issues facing the Chicago community. Starting at 6pm on Friday evening and working over the weekend, professionals will mentor their team to develop a prototype or other solution to address the need.
    The hackathon will conclude on Sunday with each team presenting their creation, judged by representatives from the community partners. Winners will receive money and work space at the Idea Realization Lab to continue their project.

    Why:
    Participants will gain a broader understanding of real-world problems and how they can address them, as well as developing skills through the hands-on practice of working as a team to create a solution that can benefit their community.

    Cost:
    Free!

    For more information, contact
    Jay Margalus: jmargal@cdm.depaul.edu
    Theresa Boyle: tboyle2@depaul.edu

    8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
    Daley 310 - Idea Realization Lab
  • Feb
    26
    Girls Who Code Campus Information Session at DePaul University 

    Join us at DePaul University to learn more about Girls Who Code's newest summer program, Girls Who Code Campus!

    What is Girls Who Code Campus? Campus is a brand new summer program from Girls Who Code. Campus offers beginner to advanced courses for middle and high school girls in a condensed 2-week timeline for busy summer schedules. In our Campus programs, you'll connect coding to your interests, build bravery and confidence, learn more about careers and women in tech, and join a supportive sisterhood of girls who code all across the US.

    DePaul University will be partnering with Girls Who Code to host four Campus courses this summer: Introduction to Computer Science (July 9-20), iPhone App Development (July 9-20), Website Design & Development (July 23 - August 8), and Wearable Tech & Fashion Design (July 23 - August 8).

    Come to this info session to learn more about Girls Who Code and answer questions like:

    What will girls learn in Campus courses?
    What kinds of projects will you build?
    What makes Girls Who Code unique?
    Which Campus programs will be offered in Chicago?
    Ready to register for Campus now? Sign up here for Introduction to Computer Science, iPhone App Development, Website Design & Development or Wearable Tech & Fashion Design!

    Rachel Shapiro
    rachel.shapiro@girlswhocode.com
    https://girlswhocode.com/campus/

    6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
    Daley 214
  • Feb
    28
    Blockchain Dev with Spaceman Dev 

    This workshop is sponsored by UPE and Computer Science Society.

    Leading this workshop, Dev Bharel, is a Blockchain solution architect and ambassador, and serves as the Chicago Regional Ambassador for the Blockchain Education Network. He is is a fourth year undergraduate student exploring his passion for Computer Science at Illinois Tech in Chicago. A hacker at heart, Dev loves participating in (and organizing) hackathons. His inspiration comes from finding other students who love to write code with real world applications. Dev got into blockchain in high school, when assigned to do a research paper, he chose the up and coming cryptocurrency at that time, Bitcoin. The more he read, the more questions he had, and the more he was drawn in by elegance of blockchains. Dev?s current projects include working on building a better blockchain developer ecosystem in Chicago by hosting a series of blockchain developer workshops on university campuses.

    This workshop will be an introduction to smart contract writing. We?ll go over the basics of a smart contract and write a self-aware vending machine that can restock itself.

    BRING YOUR LAPTOP!

    PIZZA AND DRINKS WILL BE SUPPLIED!

    5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
    DePaul Center DePaul Club (room 11018)
  • Mar
    2
    CDM Lunch & Learn: MS Computer Science & MS Software Engineering 

    Enjoy lunch on us with CDM faculty, current students, and graduate admissions to learn about our MS Computer Science and MS Software Engineering programs through conversation in a casual, small setting.

    At our Lunch & Learn, you will meet with computer science and software engineering faculty members, discuss program interests, learn more about the application process and hear about our students? experiences.

    Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

    12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
    CDM Center, 243 South Wabash Ave. Chicago, IL 60604, Room 209
  • Mar
    2
    Time Travel Software with Github & SCIUNIT 

    Contents
    How Git works
    How to use Git
    Introducing 'Containertization'
    How to create and manage portable reusable software with SCIUNIT (https://sciunit.run/)

    No RSVP is required.

    This event is co-sponsored by the DePaul Analytics Group and the CDM PhD Student Council.

    2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    CDM 801
  • Mar
    2
    School of Design Talks: Anne-Sophie Leens  

    DePaul School of Design Talks presents the amazing Anne-Sophie Leens. We will be raffling off band posters, music, t-shirts (and maybe some secret zines). Be one of the first 50 people to register, or bring a friend, and we will give you an extra raffle ticket at the door.

    What happens when you're not afraid of trying something new: Through key projects and her process, Design graduate Anne-Sophie Leens will share the journey that has led her to work fearlessly across a wide variety of media and styles, ranging from extreme live performance graphics with her band DOOKOOM, to improving the user experience and conversion rate of corporate websites.

    Bio:
    Anne-Sophie is one of the 4 members of the South African-based Afro-punk-rap band DOOKOOM, for which she creates and performs live show visuals and all band artwork (including album covers). She also works as a Senior UX designer in the Digital Classified team of Mediahuis, a newspaper publishing and broadcast media company in Belgium where she currently resides.

    Follow us on Instagram @DePaulSoDTalks

    5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
    Daley LL105 (CDM Theater)
  • Mar
    2
    School of Design Workshop: Experimental Graphics and Intro to VJing with Anne-Sophie Leens 

    Join us in our Idea Realization Lab for a design workshop with visiting designer Anne-Sophie Leens!

    Basic introduction to Resolume
    Learn how to trigger clips / images, combine visuals and filters to create new content that goes with a beat.

    Anne-Sophie is one of the 4 members of the South African-based Afro-punk-rap band DOOKOOM, for which she creates and performs live show visuals and all band artwork (including album covers). She also works as a Senior UX designer in the Digital Classified team of Mediahuis, a newspaper publishing and broadcast media company in Belgium where she currently resides.

    Don't forget to register for her lecture which takes place after the workshop (same building).

    11:30 AM to 2:30 PM
    Daley 310 - Idea Realization Lab
  • Mar
    7
    CDM Graduate 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 tour our facilities, hear from faculty and current graduate students, and learn about the application process.

    Please note there will be an optional tour of the CDM Center starting at 5 p.m. Please meet in the lobby at this time if you would like to see our classrooms and facilities.

    Light appetizers and refreshments will be provided. For any questions about this event please call (312) 362-8714.

    5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
    CDM Center, 243 South Wabash Ave. Chicago, IL 60604, Room 209
  • Mar
    13
    CDM Graduate Online Information Session 

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

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

    Our online Information Sessions offer the opportunity for those unable to come to campus to learn about the application process and CDM programs from a graduate Admission Officer.

    For any questions about this event, please call (312) 362-8714.

    12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
    Online
  • Mar
    16
    DePaul CDM Cinespace Studio Tour 

    This tour is for prospective students and their guests who are interested specifically in touring DePaul CDM's space at Cinespace Chicago Film Studios. The tour will meet in the CDM Center, and from there, participants will be shuttled to DePaul Cinespace Studios. An hour-long walking tour through CDM's three stages will occur before participants are shuttled back to the CDM Center.

    An advance RSVP is required to attend this tour. Please RSVP online by 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 13 online:
    Undergraduate Students: https://connect.depaul.edu/register/?id=1a3d1eb5-13ad-4d51-9cf9-28bacb98bd62
    Graduate Students: https://grad.depaul.edu/register/?id=7d5f2410-a00a-4d6f-84a0-51345e9b11ff

    If you have any questions, please email events@cdm.depaul.edu.

    12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    CDM Center Lobby
  • Apr
    16
    CDM Career Connections Meetup 

    The CDM Academic Success Center and the DePaul Career Center host this mini-career fair for current CDM students to network and meet with recruiters, and to check out their current and future full-time or internship positions. The event is open only to CDM students.

    Please plan for business casual or formal attire (no jeans or tennis shoes) and to bring copies of your resume (or portfolio, if appropriate)!

    More information regarding the event and RSVP information will be posted closer to the date of the event.

    3:30 PM to 6:00 PM
    CDM 400
  • Apr
    27
    College of Computing & Digital Media Undergraduate Information Session & Spotlight Event 

    Are you a prospective undergraduate student interested in new media? Would you like to combine your artistic skills with the latest technology, but aren't sure which CDM major is right for you? Learn about the admission process, hear from current CDM students, and get a tour of our Loop Campus facilities. This event is for prospective students interested in the following majors:

    Animation
    Computer Science
    Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering
    Cybersecurity
    Data Science
    Film & Television
    Graphic Design
    Game Programming
    Game Design
    Information Systems
    Information Technology
    Interactive & Social Media
    Mathematics & Computer Science
    Network Engineering & Security

    9:00 AM to 12:30 PM
    Daley Building Lower Level (247 South State/14 East Jackson)
  • May
    18
    DePaul CDM Cinespace Studio Tour 

    This tour is for prospective students and their guests who are interested specifically in touring DePaul CDM's space at Cinespace Chicago Film Studios. The tour will meet in the CDM Center, and from there, participants will be shuttled to DePaul Cinespace Studios. An hour-long walking tour through CDM's three stages will occur before participants are shuttled back to the CDM Center.

    An advance RSVP is required to attend this tour. Please RSVP online by 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 15 online:
    Undergraduate Students: https://connect.depaul.edu/register/?id=ec9268fa-931d-4095-ad83-711c16c5eedc
    Graduate Students: https://grad.depaul.edu/register/?id=bdf33ef3-4886-484d-b318-ee8df29aecf8

    If you have any questions, please email events@cdm.depaul.edu.

    12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    CDM Center Lobby
  • Jun
    22
    DePaul CDM Cinespace Studio Tour 

    This tour is for prospective students and their guests who are interested specifically in touring DePaul CDM's space at Cinespace Chicago Film Studios. The tour will meet in the CDM Center, and from there, participants will be shuttled to DePaul Cinespace Studios. An hour-long walking tour through CDM's three stages will occur before participants are shuttled back to the CDM Center.

    An advance RSVP is required to attend this tour. Please RSVP online by 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 19 online:

    Undergraduate Students: https://connect.depaul.edu/register/?id=231dbfbd-683c-457b-b36e-e84087402e5a
    Graduate Students: https://grad.depaul.edu/register/?id=394e2c00-31b7-4648-b1f0-c15a62475504

    If you have any questions, please email events@cdm.depaul.edu.

    12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    CDM Center - 242 South Wabash
  • Jul
    20
    DePaul CDM Cinespace Studio Tour 

    This tour is for prospective students and their guests who are interested specifically in touring DePaul CDM's space at Cinespace Chicago Film Studios. The tour will meet in the CDM Center, and from there, participants will be shuttled to DePaul Cinespace Studios. An hour-long walking tour through CDM's three stages will occur before participants are shuttled back to the CDM Center.

    An advance RSVP is required to attend this tour. Please RSVP online by 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 19 online:

    Undergraduate: https://connect.depaul.edu/register/?id=18279a3a-8dc1-4019-9c72-d24842b55cd0
    Graduate: https://grad.depaul.edu/register/?id=97b5d7ac-7db5-475a-90ec-5219d74894ca

    If you have any questions, please email events@cdm.depaul.edu.

    12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    CDM Center - 243 South Wabash
  • Aug
    17
    DePaul CDM Cinespace Studio Tour 

    This tour is for prospective students and their guests who are interested specifically in touring DePaul CDM's space at Cinespace Chicago Film Studios. The tour will meet in the CDM Center, and from there, participants will be shuttled to DePaul Cinespace Studios. An hour-long walking tour through CDM's three stages will occur before participants are shuttled back to the CDM Center.

    An advance RSVP is required to attend this tour. Please RSVP online by 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 14 online:

    Undergraduate: https://connect.depaul.edu/register/?id=1cdfcb43-2de4-48dc-b317-77b792cc322d
    Graduate: https://grad.depaul.edu/register/?id=ee49adf6-1641-4940-a353-2ae4f9a5b748

    If you have any questions, please email events@cdm.depaul.edu.

    12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
    CDM Center - 243 South Wabash