Many of these podcasts are also available on Youtube.
Recent Talks at DCS
I recommend you right-click (or option-click for macs) and download the presentation before viewing. Note that these are presented in Vorbis (audio) and Theora (video) formats at the speaker's request. See the xiph.org download site to obtain viewers or plugins to display them. Audio only; Video and audio; Video and audio (different camera, different microphone than the above).
Congratulations, 2018 grads! Here's a look at the Graduation Picnic! (Keep an eye out for the Larsicorn.)
Rutgers Computer Science is 50! A Celebration of it, with talks on the history of the department, and the future of computer science (and the department's place in it.)
Rutgers Hosted the Greater NY Regional ACM Programming Contest in October of 2010. The event was a great success, with 48 student teams trying to solve computing problems as quickly as possible (in the five hours of the contest) -- the winner going on to the Internationals in March.
On March 26, 2011, over 100 programmers turned up at Rutgers' Hill Center for a 24-hour programming frenzy in search of actualizations of clever ideas and data manipulation. More info on HackRU can be found here.
DCS Graduation 2011 - A quick little movie of the event. (May 2011)
DCS Graduation 2012 - Speeches, and introduction of graduates. (May 2012)
May 19, 2013 saw the Graduation Ceremony for Computer Science graduates.
DCS at Rutgers Day 2011! Here's a little bit of a flavor of this very successful showing-off of departmental research to the public. (April 2011)
Video from the DCS Graduation Ceremonies of 2014 (not including images of the graduates of the graduates receiving their diploma, which have yet to arrive from the photographers. But including "the walk in", "the talk" (by Dr. Nguyen), "the walk out", and "the happy time." The 'diploma' part will be added when those images are available.) (May 2014)
1996 Open House (with Audio)
Graduation! Grad students with degrees in May 2017 meet to celebrate
In 2003, the Undergraduate Student Alliance of Computer Scientists hosted a panel discussion on Academic Integrity.
Here are links to various video files of interest in the history of computer science. If links go bad (because some are linked to youtube, and may go stale), please send mail to help AT cs.rutgers.edu.
Some events available via podcasts, or realmedia presentations. Pages engineered by Charles McGrew. Copyrights held by rellevant entities.