From Leadership – Dean Chung
Welcome on board to Spring Term 2021!
Let’s make this a great learning experience.
To help my ongoing learning, I have used Stephen Covey’s “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People“:
Let’s start with the “Be Proactive” to learn more. Our school planned several events. Among them, you can see the following pre-arranged events. YOU ARE ALWAYS INVITED!
If you are interested in your internship or capstone project, you must prepare for them in advance. We will provide some guidance for you.
When: April 8, 2021 (Thu) 4 pm –5 pm (PST)
15minutes for presentation & 15 minutes for Q&A
Topic 1: Internship for International Students through CPT/OPT
Speaker: Sabin Saway, Senior Advisor, ISO
Topic 2: STC Internship, Capstone, & Service Learning
Speaker: Sam Chung, Dean, STC
Dr. Ali Khamesipuor – STC’s new Program Manager and Assistant Professor
I received my Ph.D. in Bioinformatics from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Southern Illinois University in August 2018. I was employed as the Director of R&D at HomeWAV, A Video Visitation Solution for Correctional Facilities, based in St Louis, Missouri. My focus at HomeWAV was on optimizing the available solutions for the company’s product development and maintenance. My academic research interests are three folds: Bioinformatics, Healthcare/Clinical Informatics, and Bridging Industry-Academia.
Radana: Ali, welcome to CityU and the School of Technology and Computing, we are absolutely delighted that you joined our dynamic team! Thank you for agreeing to be interviewed for the STC Thursday Byte. Let’s start off by telling us about your career path that brought you to where you are today.
During my Ph.D., I also taught multiple courses as a lecturer for the departments of Information Systems Technologies and Electronics System Technologies including, Server-Side Web Development, Mobile Programming, Client-Side Web Development, Advanced Java Programming, Imaging, and Information Systems in Healthcare and Introduction to Biomedical Instrumentation. Soon I realized my endless passion for teaching, especially in a non-traditional setup.
Radana: Thank you – you come with a wealth of experience which will greatly benefit our students and department. What is one thing you wish you had known when you began your career?
AWS Cloud Practitioner Certification
We are delighted to report that Mrs. Smita Dutta, CityU STC student workers (teaching assistants), passed the AWS Cloud Practitioner exam! All STC students are eligible for a 50% discount off the exam voucher. See your instructor about AWS exam vouchers. We are looking forward to having more students join the STC certification list.
The Tech Group and the Cybersecurity Club will meet Thursdays from 4 pm to 5 pm (PST) via Teams: STC Student Clubs & Research Groups Weekly Meeting – Spring Quarter. For students or faculty who would like to present, choose a date and upload your presentation HERE
The STC Cybersecurity Club is revising the club offerings to support the student journey to become a cyber-savvy professional. The Cyber Club is open to all CityU students and alumni. Complete this survey.
Today (4/8), STC Student Club invites CityU ISO Senior Advisor, Mrs. Sabin Saway & STC Dean Sam Chung to talk about Internship, CPT/OPT, and Capstone Projects. For students who are interested in these areas, please join us at 4 pm (PST). Access Here
IBM announces the launching of the System 360 mainframe architecture, which included six compatible models complete with 40 peripherals. It was called the “360″ because IBM boasted that it can meet the needs of all types and sizes of customers. It cost IBM well over five billion dollars to develop, and to date, thought to be one of the riskiest business decisions. IBM proved skeptics wrong, in the first three months of the 360 release, IBM received US$1.2 billion in orders. The 360 family was the most successful IBM system of all time, generating over US$100 billion in revenue through the mid-1980s. The 360 architecture introduced several industry standards such as the 8-bit byte and binary, decimal and hexadecimal floating-point calculations. The IBM 360 transformed the computer industry!