Before the COVID-19 Pandemic, City University of Seattle was well-positioned to deliver the curriculum in an on-line format. As we move into the second year of working remotely, the School of Technology & Computing (STC) is dedicated to building an online community to enrich the learning experience, career development, and support lifelong learning & professional development.
Our leadership is committed to offering multiple ways of being connected ‘virtually’. Every quarter you will be invited to this community building meeting to encourage your engagement in STC activities that will enhance your education and employability now and beyond graduation.
Student: Why do I need to publish capstone/thesis research paper?
Faculty: Publishing your research allows the community to learn from your findings and expand on it. It can serve an inspiration for new content to be researched. This also prevents duplicate work. Publishing your work allows you to improve your personal brand that helps you with your career growth.
Student: Why would I use CityU’s repository?
Faculty: By publishing your work with CityU’s, the reader can immediately verify that your research is indeed with CityU. In this way, you don’t have to manage or look for third-party sites to publish your work.
Student: I have my paper published in CityU. What now?
Faculty: Access your paper and save the URL. You can use the URL to add it to your professional information such as Resume or LinkedIn.
Can student upload their projects/papers?
Yes. They just need to register on the site the first time they login. Many students submit their own papers.
Can the faculty upload projects/papers on behalf of students?
Yes. The license is written so that you can submit on behalf of someone else. If it’s submitted as open access, we assume the school/program is clearing that with the student author.
I submitted my paper, why can’t I see it?
Our faculty usually process them about once a quarter, so there may be some lag between submission and publication.
Establishing a career in technology requires a strategy. With 521,617 cybersecurity job openings listed on Cyberseek.org, being qualified to fill those jobs requires demonstrating the ability to perform in the work role. The Nation Cyber League provides a competency-based assessment based upon your participation and performance. Registration opens February 1st. Come to the upcoming student club meeting (or watch the recording) to learn how you can qualify for a scholarship to the bi-annual NCL Competition. The first 10 CityU students signing up and completing the competition with their individual score sheet will receive reimbursement for the $35 registration fee. Register Here.
City University of Seattle is excited to invite our U.S. military service members, veterans, military spouses, and military dependents to attend a no-cost web-based workshop. Bank of America is sponsoring a 5-part webinar series called “Job Search Steps to Success.” Read more details and Register Here.
What: Five 90-minute sessions, one week apart
When: Wednesday, January 27, 3 pm – 4:30 pm EST
Wednesday, February 3, 3 pm – 4:30 pm EST
Wednesday, February 10, 3 pm – 4:30 pm EST
Wednesday, February 17, 3 pm – 4:30 pm EST
Wednesday, February 24, 3 pm – 4:30 pm EST
How: 1 Hour of Instruction, 30-Minutes Q & A
Cost: Zero, thanks to Bank of America Military Affairs.
From Bank of America: “We’re committed to providing helpful resources to service members, veterans, and their families.” (Jeff Cathey and Lindsey Streeter). We highly recommend you attend each of the 5 sessions. Join any session at any time. Job search tools will be provided, and recordings will be available following each session. Feel free to share this with fellow military community students here at City University of Seattle.
January 27, 2010: Apple Introduces the iPad
Only ten years old, Apple’s introduction of the iPad is best known for the ripple effect of PC purchases decreasing along with their price. The iPad is credited with triggering the death of the PC era. As of September 2020, Apple has sold more than 500 million iPads. Steve Job’s introduction of the iPad will undoubtedly be viewed as one of the pivotal points in computing history.
The Tech Group and the Cybersecurity Club will meet Thursdays from 4 P.M. to 5 P.M. PST via Teams: STC Clubs & Research Groups Weekly Meeting – Fall Quarter. For students or faculty who would like to present, choose a date and upload your presentation HERE.