Computer Science Club
University of Wisconsin - La Crosse


End of Semester Update There are only two days of finals left and we hope everyone has a good, well-deserved break! We had our last meeting of the semester last week, but if anybody is looking for something to do over J-Term we would like to get an advertising committee and a sponsor committee going for the next Gaming Party. If you are interested in either of these, contact Drew Kozicki.
Be sure to come to the first meeting next semester (date TBD) as Spring will bring the gaming party, the MICS conference, more speakers and events, CS Club tshirts, and maybe even a whole new club website. Updates to come!

Posted on Dec 15, 2008 by Andrea

Gaming Party Recap The gaming party on October 25th was a success! We have already started planning the spring party, which is tentatively scheduled for February 21, 2009. See you there!

Posted on Oct 30, 2008 by Andrea

Gaming Party Gaming Party planning is under way! Keep up with all the latest news here.

Posted on Sept 26, 2008 by Andrea

ACM Practice Session We are looking for the best time to hold a meeting to talk about the ACM Programming Competition, get teams together, give out tips to new participants, and do some practice questions. This has been scheduled for Sunday, September 28th at 6:00 pm

Posted on Sept 23, 2008 by Andrea

On Campus Job Opportunities Office of Residence Life Information Services is accepting applications for Programmer and Networker positions. Are you interested in gaining computer experience in the following: ASP, ASP.NET, C#, Javascript, SQL and other networking program software? No experience necessary, skills can be learned on the job. Individuals are hired for one of the following four roles: Personal Computer support, ResNet, Database/Programming, and Networking. No experience necessary, position could be used as an internship opportunity. Must have a 2.3 GPA or higher. Preference will be given to those who will be attending UWL for at least two more years with major in CS or IS.
Job description and applications available from Office of Residence Life, 213 Wilder Hall, or ask Andrea, Sawyer, Taylor, or Jason for more information.

Education Technologies is hiring a Student Web Developer to work part-time on the Campus Web Development Team
Job Requirements:
1. Experience creating websites using XHTML, CSS and JavaScript.
2. Experience with Microsoft FrontPage or Expression Web or SharePoint Designer and Adobe Dreamweaver software products.
3. Graphic design and Photoshop/Fireworks experience very desirable
4. Flash, database and web programming skills a definite plus
5. Must be on time, dependable and have very good communications skills
6. Needs to work well in a team environment and have a good sense of humor
7. Ability to work over the summer is desirable.
Great work environment. Variety of creative challenges. Flexible work schedule during the school year.
For more information, please contact Larry Sleznikow, UW-L Educational Technologies,, 608.785.5055

Posted on Sept 19, 2008 by Andrea

Job Opportunity A community member is looking forhelp working on an e-commerce site.
"I have recently completed a templated e-commerce website, and I am seeking someone to create a banner, make recommendations for the overall style of the website, and assist in site optimization. Pay is negotiable depending upon the scope of their abilities."
Contact Tonya Stuart at (608)526-3082 or (608)792-4160 to make some quick cash or get new experience.

Posted on Sept 17, 2008 by Andrea

New Officers The C-S Club wishes the best of luck to it's new officers. The officers are as follows: President: Drew Kozicki, Vice-President: Andrea Connell and James Domagalski, Secretary: Sawyer Pence, Treasurer: Taylor Pence. The C-S club would also like to welcome it's new members this year and strongly encourages them to be active and get the most out of the club.

Posted on Sept 11, 2008

Picnic The C-S club is hosting their annual picnic. Come for all the free food and snacks you want. Great for those interested in joining the cs club or just interested in seeing what the club is all about.

Cost: Free.
Included: Food, Snacks, and Drinks.
What to bring: An appetite.
Ages: All
Max Attendence: ???
Where: Gazebo in front of Wing technology center
When: 5PM
Who: Anyone interested in knowing more or signing up for the C-S club.

Posted on Sept 10, 2008 by Drew Kozicki

New website Welcome to the new Computer Science Club website. Here you will find news, previous and upcoming events, and galleries. Stay tuned for regular updates from your C-S Club officers!

Posted on Mar 22, 2007 by Bryan E.