Speaker: Julina Terry Edwards
Title: Job Opportunities at the National Security Agency
A 60 minute talk to the Computer Science and Math faculty/students on the job opportunities at the National Security Agency.This will include time for questions and answers.
Speaker: Mike Sampson (WFU '03)
Title: Writing Software for a Living
The Department of Computer Science at Wake Forest University is home both to BS and BA undergraduate programs and an MS program that prepares students for employment or for entering highly competitive PhD programs. Classes in the major are small and taught by highly-qualified faculty who enjoy teaching in and out of the classroom. We pride ourselves on the opportunities we provide students, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, for meaningful participation in leading-edge research on a broad range of contemporary topics. Research projects currently funded by external agencies are in the areas of network and computer security, digital media, advanced imaging, and computational biology. In addition to these funded research programs, student projects have deployed or are developing mobile apps for a wide range of uses such as assistive and rehabilitative therapy, real-time vehicle tracking, and geotrekking.
Opportunities for internships and summer research are numerous. Employment opportunities in a wide variety of digital technology fields are available and placement rates for our graduates are consistently outstanding.
Please explore our web site and contact the department at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 (336) 758-4982 for further information or to schedule a visit.