Adobe and Microsoft downloads for all Berkeley students
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From left to right:
Back Row: Spencer Brown, Emily Truax, Anne Marie Richard, Ben Vanderheyden, Davinci Lam, Iris Tien, Larry Conrad
Front Row: Angela Dai, Rachel Lim, Skyler Rojas, Cassie Xiong, Jenny Lo
Come learn about how the Student Information Systems (SIS) Replacement project will impact the way students interact with technology as the campus begins a project to modernize student systems. http://sis-project.berkeley.edu/
If you filled out the survey to determine requirements for new campus systems to replace TeleBears, BearFacts, DARS, etc, then this is your chance to find out how you can become involved in the project and help to define what new student systems should include.
What is the campus doing wrong with student systems applications? What is it doing right? If you're concerned about any of following, then this meeting is for you!
- Open campus data (APIs)
- Improving Campus services/applications
- Fixing TeleBears, BearFacts, DARS, FinAid, etc
Food will be provided!
The university is working on a new Student Information System (SIS). This project will replace some of the current student systems impacting areas such as undergraduate admissions, financial aid, student accounts and billing, registration, student records, academic advising...etc. We want to include everyone who will be impacted by implementation of the new system in the planning process, which includes students!
The UC Berkeley Student Technology Council is currently recruiting new graduate and undergraduate student members for 2013-2014. Members advise the Chief Information Officer and campus community on students' information technology needs, and host activities to enhance the student technology experience. Application is open to students from all majors and no technical expertise is required.
Pay rate is $15/hour.
|1st prize - $3,000||2nd prize - $2,000||3rd prize - $1,000|
To learn more about the winners, go to our Competitions page.
Who were the winners of the 2013 Hackathon? Read about them and their apps on our Competitions page.
The STC welcomes Larry Conrad, the new Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer to campus!
First row, from left to right: Seema Puthyapurayil, Cassie Xiong, Larry Conrad, Rachel Lim, Iris Tien, and Skyler Rojas.
Second row, from left to right: Jospeh Lim-Effendy, Benjamin VanDerHeyden, Michael Rigg, and Chris Nguyen.
Missing: Katy Nomura.
From left to right: Joy Chen, Skyler Rojas, Cassie Xiong, Chris Nguyen, Gracie Walovich, Katy Nomura, Lyle Nevels, Ara Rachel Lim, Seema Puthyapurayil, Iris Tien, and Joseph Lim-Effendy.
The Student Technology Council (STC), chartered in 2009, is a group of undergraduate and graduate students who identify and prioritize students' information technology needs and opportunities in support of the University of California's mission. The STC reports to Interim Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer Lyle Nevels.
The STC meets during the academic year on Mondays from 5:00 to 7:00 pm in Earl Warren Hall, just across the street from the main campus at the intersection of Oxford and Hearst. All meetings are open to anyone, unless a Human Resources issue is being discussed. To let us know if you would like to attend, please email student.tech[at]berkeley.edu so we can arrange access to the building. Every attempt is made to post agendas in advance of the meetings. Please go to our Meetings page for more information.
The STC's mission is to connect, innovate, and sustain in order to meet student technology needs.
In pursuit of this mission, we
Connect the Cal community while providing tools for interdisciplinary collaboration on and off the UC Berkeley campus.
Innovate durable solutions for student technology needs.
Sustain the Council and its impact through transparent governance and high standards of accountability.
Represents the diverse student communities of UC Berkeley.
Strives to distribute resources equitably across campus units.
Is available, accessible, and responsive to students.
Evaluates existing campus technological resources to promote educational and organizational efficiency and effectiveness.
Advances new, green, and scalable IT solutions.