Many of these podcasts are also available on Youtube.
- 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.
- Technical Lectures
- Internet2: Internet Technology for Instruction
On March 21, 2007, a symposium on how technology is becoming a more pervasive and critical component within the arts, humanities, and social sciences was held in New Brunswick, Newark, and Camden You can view the agenda and slides here, and download and view video and audio podcasts in itunes-u
- Spam and Email in Computer Science
A December 5, 2006 presentation by Hanz Makmur of LCSR describing our response to the tsunami of spam. You can view any of the talks in a variety of formats, including podcasts. (These presentations produced by LCSR).
- Internet2: Internet Technology for Research
On April 4, 2006, a symposium on the impact of national directions in cyberinfrastructure was held in New Brunswick, Newark, Camden, and Washington DC. You can view any of the talks in a variety of formats, including lecture123 and podcasts. (These presentations produced by LCSR).
- Other Lectures
Open Houses - lectures from DCS Open Houses
Open House 2004
Division of Computer and Information Sciences Open House: Schedule, audio and pictures
1996 Open House (with Audio)
- Presentation of honors to graduating seniors, May 2010.
- Presentation of honors to graduating seniors, May 2009.
- Presentation of honors to graduating seniors, May 2008.
- Presentation of honors to graduating seniors, May 2007.
- In 2003, the Undergraduate Student Alliance of Computer Scientists hosted a panel discussion on Academic Integrity.
Events available via podcasts, or realmedia presentations. Pages engineered by Charles McGrew