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2014 ACM Wi-Fi Workshop


ACM held a Wi-Fi workshop on February 1st, 2014. More than sixty students gathered together for over six hours to learn about Wi-Fi. The workshop started off with the basics of Wi-Fi and networking, but quickly turned its focus to the insecurities of Wi-Fi, how to exploit it, and testing the strength of the encryption used by that network. By the end of the workshop each participant had learned how to conduct a wireless security test of a network by attempting to break into that network by a variety of means.  [February 3, 2014]

Fall 2013 ACM Career Fair Dinner


The Fall 2013 ACM Career Fair Dinner took place at Alex's Pizza at seven o’clock on September 25th 2013 at Alex’s Pizza. Attending industrial company representatives included Epic, DST System, Sandia National Laboratories, BATS and Cerner. About 35-40 students attended this event; they communicated and networked with the company representatives and submitted resumes. It was a wonderful evening and delicious pizza, fun talks, and sharing of computer science knowledge and experience. This is definitely an event that ACM will continue to organize in the future! [September, 26 2013]

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