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Microsoft Academic Alliance

Are you a computer science or computer engineering student in need of tools such as Visual Studio, SQL Server, Windows Server, Visio, Windows 10/8/7 license, or other microsoft applications? If you are enrolled in a computer science course, you are eligible to obtain many Microsoft development tools free of charge for academic use. You can get these for free through the CSE deparment by filling out This Form and turning it in to room JB 351.

Working with Virtual Machines

Friday, February 16, 2018 @ 3:30 pm

Jack Brown Hall, Third Floor, Room JB 359

With rising demand in software services and consistently high hardware prices, industries are investing in virtualization for almost everything from creating development environments to hosting servers. Get yourself familiar with virtual machines in this workshop as we will learn how to set up virtual machines for development and how to put them to use. This workshop will be key to introduce students to VMs as we may use them for software workshops which our Linux lab computers may not provide.

Ultimate Frisbee

Friday, February 16, 2018 @ 4:30 pm

Athletic Field by the CSUSB Gym (Look for a red wagon)

Frisbee yet again! We had a blast the first couple of times so we will continue Ultimate Frisbee weekly every Friday! Are classes stressing you out, do you need to turn off your brain, have some fun, and workout without realizing it? Come join the CSE club in this non-formal event as we toss around a frisbee! Don't know how to play? Don't worry we will show you. Be sure to bring athletic attire. Water will be provided!

Opportunities and Trade-offs in Transportation: Maintaining the Region’s Competitiveness and Quality of Life

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 @ 7:30 am

SMSU Events Center B & C

The Leonard Transportation Center is hosting a series of six educational and interactive breakfast dialog meetings to bring together community leaders like you in a discussion of how to best address the region’s mobility needs. Each dialog will feature ideas and diverse opinions from well- known experts speaking on timely topics and an opportunity for you to engage with the experts and other participants. Link



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