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.┬áThe 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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