Monthly Archives: March 2014

Year in Industry photo competition launched

Students have been challenged to share their Year in Industry experience in images. A photo competition has been launched and is open to all School of Computing students currently on a Year in Industry placement. Placement Officer Katie van Sanden … Continue reading

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Now recruiting – sessional lecturers and class supervisors

The School of Computing is looking to recruit experienced staff to assist with undergraduate teaching. The hours of work will be flexible and agreed in consultation with the post-holder. There are roles available for lecturers and class supervisors. The closing dates … Continue reading

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Academic takes part in high profile law debate

The School of Computing’s Eerke Boiten was invited to speak at a prestigious Law Society debate on state surveillance and the scrutiny of security services. The event, part of a public debate series, was held on 5th March at The … Continue reading

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Student art-meets-tech installation launch

A student project will be officially launched at a Digibury event on 12 March. Kent students from the School of Computing and TinkerSoc have been working closely with client Deeson Online to develop Project Conway – an innovative interactive computer … Continue reading

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