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The Boston College Computer Science Society (CSS) is dedicated to helping students interested in technology and entrepreneurship to achieve their goals. Throughout the school year we host events such as guest lectures, workshops, hackathons, collaborative projects, and more. We work closely with the Computer Science department at BC to create a better environment for students to learn and find new opportunities. Further, we collaborate with many departments and clubs in the Carroll School of Management at BC to encourage entrepreneurship and promote collaboration between business and computer science students.

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The Boston College Computer Science Society (CSS) is dedicated to helping students interested in technology and entrepreneurship to achieve their goals. Throughout the school year we host events such as guest lectures, workshops, hackathons, collaborative projects, and more. We work closely with the Computer Science department at BC to create a better environment for students to learn and find new opportunities. Further, we collaborate with many departments and clubs in the Carroll School of Management at BC to encourage entrepreneurship and promote collaboration between business and computer science students.

Category

Academic/ Pre-Professional

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Primary Contact Name

The primary contact should be the organization leader (president, director, chair, ect.)

Jesse Mu

Primary Contact Title (e.g. President)

Co-President

Additional Contact Name

Cameron Lunt

Faculty/Staff Advisor Name

Your faculty/staff advisor is NOT your Office of Student Involvement contact.

Robert Muller

Faculty/Staff Advisor School/Department

Computer Science

Organization Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide out of the classroom opportunities to students interested in software development, computer science and entrepreneurship. We are looking to provide additional information and learning opportunities by hosting workshops and speakers relevant to technology. We aim to implement technical skills and ingenuity in technology related group projects.