Episode 5 - MS Board Director Maria Klawe, 17th on Fortune’s World’s 50 Greatest Leaders, Computer Science Association Canada Lifetime Achievement Awardee, shares success tips for #YouthSpark Live

Maria’s accomplishments are considerable as noted in this recent speaking event: “Dr. Klawe is one of the ten members of the board of Microsoft Corporation, a board member of Broadcom Corporation, and of the nonprofit Math for America. She is also a fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences and a trustee for…


Episode 4 - Chat with Molly Burke, internationally celebrated youth leader and keynote YouthSpark Live in Vancouver

To make a difference on March 18th impacting our youth, share your story on Twitter of what inspired your interest in technology, innovation and entrepreneurship using the hashtag #YouthSpark. See here Episode 1 for more … . There is an interview with Sage Franch in Episode 2 and Genevieve L'Esperance in Episode 3 · Sample: My #YouthSpark was [coding…


Episode 3–Chat with Genevieve L'Esperance, internationally recognized innovator, developer, entrepreneur, and YouthSpark Advisor and Ambassador at YouthSpark Live in Vancouver

To make a difference on March 18th impacting our youth, share your story on Twitter of what inspired your interest in technology, innovation and entrepreneurship using the hashtag #YouthSpark. See here Episode 1 for more … . There is an interview with Sage Franch in Episode 2. · Sample: My #YouthSpark was [coding classes in the summer]! Now…


Episode 2–Chat with Sage Franch, top developer evangelist, blogger, computer science guru innovator, and YouthSpark Advisor and Ambassador at YouthSpark Live in Vancouver

Closing the opportunity divide by having more of our youth choose computing careers is one of the most important actions we can all take – together – to secure the future of our youth and as a result, the future of our global economy. To make a difference on March 18th impacting our youth, share your story…


September 30 Webcast with 2013 ACM Fellow Dennis Shasha: "The Changing Nature of Invention in Computer Science"

Register TODAY for the next free ACM Webcast, "The Changing Nature of Invention in Computer Science," presented on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at noon ET (11am CT/10 am MT/9 am PT/4 pm GMT) by Dennis Shasha, Professor of Computer Science at the Courant Institute of New York University and a 2013 ACM Fellow. The talk…


Chat with Shafi Goldwasser ACM Turing Award recipient in 2013 (Nobel Prize of Computing); World-renowned distinguished researcher and professor MIT and Weismann Institute

Professors Shafi Goldwasser (r) and Silvio Micali (l) Turing Award Recipients in 2013. Photo by Jason Dorfman, CSAIL/MIT Shafi Goldwasser is the RSA Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, and Principal Investigator at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL), as well as a professor of Computer Science and Applied…


David Alan Grier 2013 President IEEE-CS, Top International Technology and Policy Authority

David Alan Grier is the 2013 President of the IEEE Computer Society. He has served the society as its Vice President of Publications, Director of Magazines, and Editor in Chief of the IEEE Annals. He writes on the subject of technology and its social implications. His books include: "When Computers Were Human" (Princeton 2005), "Too…


10 Best Computing Science Universities

The Shanghai Jiao Tong Rankings of the world’s top universities is recognized and influential. You can get rankings of the World’s Top 500 Universities; Top 200 in domains such as science, engineering, medicine; Top 200 is specialities such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science and economics. Of particular interest would be the rankings in computer…

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