On the Coyote edge of technology and engineering

The CSE Club is committed to developing a community of advanced technical developers to lead the future of Computer Science and Engineering
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See what puts Yotes light-years ahead.

Coyotes are known to be smarter than other canines. See why club members flourish within respective domains.
Live and Remote Tutoring
We have several club tutors who offer their services for free to students needing help with Computer Science and Engineering courses.
Workshops, Speakers, and Tours
The club works with industry leaders and develops hands-on projects to ensure students are ready for work in the field.
State of the Art Hardware
The Research Lab in JB 361 provides a wide variety of research equipment and systems for enabling students to succeed.

Meet the Pack

The Computer Science and Engineering program at CSUSB is more than just a club—it's a community of friends, a career development network, and a platform for higher learning.
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What are we up to this time?

Something big is always happening within the club. Make sure to check what we're cooking in our Events page.
Hello @everyone , the VR Studio in the basement is looking to hire new Web Developers that can work with XR libraries such as Babylon.js and Three.js. If you're interested in applying for a position please check them out on handshake. Thank you. https://csusb.joinhandshake.com/stu/jobs/7143609?ref=preview-header-click
Carson 11/03/2022
Hello @everyone, I just wanted to let all of you know that the meeting this week has been delayed, we are working on a hands-on workshop that will be ready soon. I would also like to announce that the Women in Computer Science is up and running, I'll post a link to their discord. I'm sure you all know by now that the Esri tour has been delayed until February next year. That being said it seems like Esri is going to try to make this a big event for all of us. So it works out fairly well. Other than that thank you, and thank you all that came to the Git lecture. We recorded a video of it, so I should have that up if you are still interested in it. Hope you all did well on mid-terms.
Carson 10/28/2022
Hello, I just wanted to remind @everyone we’re having a meeting at 1 PM in room JB 359. Thank you
Carson 10/14/2022
Hello @everyone , I just wanted to let you all know that we have a meeting this Friday, the 14th, at 1 PM in room JB 359. We will be going over *the fundamentals of git* as well as making a special announcement on an upcoming workshop. I hope to see you all there.
Carson 10/12/2022

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Were always looking for intellegent students looking to further their education in the art of Computer Science and Engineering.
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