Minorities in Computer Science (MiCS) is a student's voice in the department of Computer Science. The main objective of MiCS is to increase the enrollment and graduation rate of minorities in Computer Science. Currently, it consists of six executive board members, a faculty advisor, and a wide range of students from the computer science department and other majors. MiCS , pronounced "MIX", was formed to provide an exchange of knowledge, backgrounds, and experience for students interested in Computer Science. Meetings are held at least once a month throughout the fall and spring semesters. All students with a sincere interest in Computer Science are welcome to attend. MiCS requires few guidelines to become a member.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Namdar Mogharreban Computer Science Department
MiCS group meets every Tuesday @ 5 pm
during Fall 2013 semester
FANER 2127 (Computer Science Conference room)
Learning about careers in Computer Science
If you are interested in attending any of the workshops Contact
I'm 20 years old, Interested in Computer Networks, Cryptography, and Cyber security.
Mics Officers hold the responsibility of all mics members see the Mics Constitution for responsiblities
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