The De Paul Linux Community is a bunch of people who are interested in everything Linux. For anyone wanting to learn Linux for the first time or for those who simply want to share ideas with its operation and development, this is the group for you. All students, faculty and staff are invited to participate.
DePaul is reviewing the role of contingent faculty within DePaul's faculty community.
Although I'm not a veteran myself, I am the faculty advisor for the group. We're re-orienting the former "Veterans Advocacy Group" to serve the evolving needs of the veterans at De Paul. Stay tuned for a website to which to look for events.
As the Co-Chair of the First Year Program's Focal Point Committee I worked with instructors to refine proposals for class, oversaw meetings in which we discussed the proposals, and gave feedback back to the proposing instructors.
As the local organizer of the Midwest Artificial Intelligence Conference in 2007 at De Paul University I secured funding, venue locations, etc.
"MAICS" is a regional conference where attendees are strongly encouraged to present preliminary and exploratory research in Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science.
As the faculty advisor for the De Paul Linux Community I have secured University support for the group and have advised them as needed. The DePaul Linux Community was a bunch of people who are interested in everything Linux. We have served DePaul by:
Last revised 2010 Dec 22
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