Just a reminder of tonight's AGM and Committee Elections at 7pm in the
UGSA, in the Computer Science department. Come vote in the new committee
and have a final pizza on us!
See you all there!
The current CompSoc committee
Just a reminder that our AGM and Committee Election
<https://fb.me/e/2qz3r8CXJ> is this coming Wednesday (15th) at the UGSA in
the Wolfson Building (i.e. compsci department) at 19:00.
If you're considering helping organise some of our fun events for 2023, be
it as a key member of our committee or a supporting role, *please let us
know ASAP at committee(a)ox.compsoc.net <committee(a)ox.compsoc.net> *
Regardless, please come along to the AGM for free pizza and chats (we also
need enough voters there for the elections).
Looking forward to seeing you all there!
Co-organiser, Responsible Technology Institute
<https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/projects/RTI/index.html> Student Network
President, Oxford University Computer Society
Doctoral Student <https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/lize.alberts/>, Human
Centred Computing group
Department of Computer Science
University of Oxford
Hope everyone's exams are going well!
Our secretary is also dealing with hers at the moment as well so I'll be
taking over the final communications of term.
Lize, CompSoc President
AGM and Committee Election <https://fb.me/e/2qz3r8CXJ>
19:00-22:30, Wednesday 15th June, Week 8, Hybrid: online and in UGSA,
Department of Computer Science
The main order of business this week is to advertise *committee positions* for
next year. If you want to run for any of the following roles, please get in
touch! We will be holding elections at the *upcoming AGM, Wednesday of week
Being a part of the committee is an excellent way to meet fun,
like-minded people (and it looks great on your CV). We are sponsored by
some big names in industry, which also allows great freedom for hosting
some really exciting (and free) events.
As was voted on in a previous TGM, our key roles now have sub-roles for
people who want to host events centred on specific interests related to
computer science. The key positions are:
The social sec is responsible for hosting our weekly socials every Saturday
(typically a pizza-based event in the Wolfson Building) and organising our
sponsor events, but you may also want to run for a sub-role of social sec
to organise more* spicy socials*, such as:
*Leader of LAN and Gaming*
*Leader of Coding Workshops*
*Leader of Excursions*
*Leader of Retro Computing*
Or any further suggestions you may think of to help us spend our sponsors'
money on fun events that draw people to our society.
If you'd like to nominate yourself, *please send your information* (name,
degree course, role of interest) to committee(a)ox.compsoc.net
Oxford Computer Science Conference
Tuesday 14th June, Week 8, Department of Computer Science
The Oxford Computer Science Conference is a casual department-wide social
activity masquerading under the guise of a conference. Come meet your
peers, and learn about what they are doing. All are welcome.
Please see the attached flyer for more information and to sign up. The
slots for the 20 min presentations have been filled, but you can still give
a 2-5 min lightning presentation and sign up to attend. There will be free
lunch and a drinks reception.
The Oxford University Computer Society (CompSoc) aims to organise meetings
and events for our members to use and further their computing interests.
See all of our upcoming events on our Facebook page
<https://facebook.com/oxcompsoc/> or visit our website
<https://ox.compsoc.net/> for more information about the society.
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