WHAT WE DO
We offer an environment that fosters camaraderie among individuals who strive for great things in life, whether it be in Information Technology or not.
By opening up our members to industry professionals, new technologies and personal development we encourage them to then engage in the practical side of computer science and information technology. We prefer to leave excessive theory in the classroom and instead practice, practice, practice!
We are all about finding creative ways to use technology in everyday life. In addition we encourage our members to share their ideas and collaborate in interdisciplinary teams.
The Computer Science Society, also known as the CSS, is a group of enthusiastic individuals who are immersed in the exciting world of Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT). Each member of the CSS has an aspect of CSIT that is the source of their thirst for constant knowledge. In addition, we advocate our members’ personal growth via encouraging the exploration of new topics and experiences related to CSIT. We connect with CSIT professionals and experts to provide a stepping stone towards the professional and personal advancement of our members.
Each one of us is different, albeit being driven by a common cause. We may differ in race, culture, gender, religion, personalities and so much more but an important fact remains; we are a family brought together by the love for technology that flows through our veins.
Acing interviews, presenting, team work, develop contacts
Programming, web development, cabling, technical writing
Hive minding, group exploration
Competitions, gaming, social gatherings
The Computer Science Society is back in action once again this semester, we welcome everyone with open arms as we seek to fulfill our goal to “connect empower and innovate”. Our club will not only provide an avenue to garner insight into the practical side of computer science industry, but through the use of mentorship Read more about Grasp Your Chance[…]
Women vs Men. Posing the question of whether one gender is better than the other is like placing yourself below cracking ice. It is a frightful situation, and one sudden move can cause you to sink to the freezing bottom. Yet, hearing the answers to this question is a risk worth taking. In these cases, Read more about Are Women As Good As Men In Information Technology?[…]
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Whether it’s with friends, family, colleagues or random persons on the internet, we always use communication. We use it through the words we say and type, through the side eyes we give or even the impatient snapping of our fingers. There’s no doubt that communication leads our everyday lives; with the messages we want to convey Read more about How Technical Are You?[…]
Fellow CSSrs certainly were as they got hands-on experience understanding networking with Network Security Engineers Renne Mings and David Smith. Their presentation outlined the key components to networking; the OSI model, networking communication, networking equipment, network connectivity and network troubleshooting tools. By the end of it, all students were given a demonstration of how to Read more about Are You Connected?[…]
Bi-Elections will be held Friday, September 16 in our next session. Last semester (2015 – 2016 Semester II) was the last semester for many of the Executive Team as well as the Media Committee who will all be graduating in October. As such the following positions are currently available on the Executive Team: Vice President Read more about Bi-Elections, 2016 – 2017 Semester I[…]
The CSS was pleased to have been offered the opportunity to visit the Barbados Light & Power Company Limited (BL&P) on Friday, 9th September, 2016. The purpose of the visit was to expose the CSS to the concept of enterprise IT. Enterprise IT or Enterprise Information Technology, also known as enterprise-class IT, refers to the Read more about Barbados Light & Power Company Limited Visit[…]
The Summer App Workshop was organized in partnership with the Faculty of Science & Technology (through the CSS Coordinator Maurice Beckles) and Extension Engine (www.extensionengine.org) with Mike Miklavic, Dino Cikatic and Andrej Scorci serving as their representatives. The purpose was to give students the opportunity to learn from top software engineers and build then deploy Read more about CSS App Workshop[…]
‘There is a phobia of Mathematics.’ -Professor Clive Landis – Deputy Principal Today, a couple members of the CSS team had the pleasure and honor to be apart of ‘A Symposium On Mathematics’ held at the UWI Oval. The quote above was an exert from the speech given by Professor Landis, on the Read more about Math Symposium[…]