Contact Information

Computer Science Department
Colgate University
McGregory Hall, 3rd Floor
13 Oak Drive
Hamilton, NY 13346
(tel) 315.228.7719
(fax) 315.228.7009
department@cs.colgate.edu

Upcoming events

  • 23

    Sep

    2014

    Michael Dermody ("Derm") and Frank Perrelli from BNY Mellon will be the speakers for our department tea on 9/23. They will present on two topics that should be of interest to both beginning and upper-level students. Lunch will be available after their presentation.

    Quick highlight of BNY Mellon as a company: company history - who and what we are!

    Computing Jobs from A to Z": The Computing field is not just programming anymore. This presentation looks at some of jobs in the field and what they entail. If you are undecided, or if you've ever wondered if you could handle a computing job, this would be a good presentation to attend. We discuss everything from what type of companies you may work for to salaries and interviewing skills.

    Michael Dermody, "Derm", a Vice President in the Client Technology Solutions group started working at BNY Mellon 14 years ago in the Syracuse Office. He has worked in many different capacities at the firm including work as a Developer, Team Lead, Project Manager, Intern Program Manager, also in IT Learning and Development, and as a SIRO (Senior Information Risk Officer.) Currently he works in the Application Security group as a Mainframe Analyst.

    Frank Perrelli worked for Pershing, LLC, an affiliate of BNY Mellon, for 14 years. For the last six years he has served as the Global Information Security Officer with responsibility for affiliates in the US, UK, India, and Australia. Frank was transferred to BNY Mellon as the Managing Director of the Application Security Center of Excellence, and moved to Central New York to form a new App Sec team. Frank now serves as the BNY Mellon CSIRO.


Past events

  • 16

    Sep

    2014

    Join us for our next department tea! Lunch will be available and our speaker will be Lauren Yeary who will talk about her internship experience over the past summer:

    "OMG I got an internship in Silicon Valley!! I am the real deal!! I am OFFICIALLY a computer scientist!" This was the thought that ran through my head after I got accepted to be a summer intern at Chegg in Santa Clara. My job at Chegg was my first experience working in the 'real world' with my CS skills so I was curious as to what it would actually be like to work instead of learn. I was surprised to find out that a big part of working as a software engineer was learning! From the super cool offices (and free lunches!) to the incredibly smart, talented and creative people all around me -- my summer at Chegg was far beyond what I could have imagined! Come hear about what I did all summer, what I learned and all about my experience in the valley!

  • 2

    Sep

    2014

    Please join the COSC department for the first department tea of the semester as we welcome new and returning students, welcome new faculty, and enjoy our new department space. Food will be available.

Events history