Outline for application essay (May 5, 2003, 0) - - reasons for pursuing graduate studies at this time
- reasons for choosing your program of study
- personal qualities, abilities or special skills which you feel will help you do well in your chosen program of study
- constraints or difficulties that you anticipate to encounter while taking graduate studies
- potential contribution of an ateneo graduate education
Open house (March 6, 2004, 0) - To formally welcome you to the DISCS open house is the Dean of SOSE, Dr. Fabian Dayrit.
- Recruitment activity, been offered a slot and we’d like to encourage you to come to the Ateneo
- Also for us to introduce what the Ateneo stands for, what the Ateneo is. If you come to Ateneo, you will
Outreach: CompSAt I.T. Literacy Training for Public School Teachers (December 6, 2005, 0) - In Manila and want to help out?
Check out Mark Punzalan’s post:
CompSAt RnD has an I.T. outreach project entitled “I.T. Literacy
Training for Public School Teachers” (what a mouthful!). This is a
project with DISCS and ACED (Ateneo Center for Educational
Development). Through this project, we aim to provide grade school
and high school public school teachers with
Calling all Ateneo programming competition alumni (February 3, 2005, 0) -
March 18, 2005 is graduation day of the Loyola Schools, Ateneo de Manila
University. Many past and present members of the Ateneo ACM
programming teams will graduate on this day. We will miss them in
ACM-Manila 2005 and in future programming contests, but we shall
never forget the beautiful experiences that we shared, during practices
and at the actual contests.
Real heroes (November 14, 2004, 0) - Roy Patrick Tan blogged
about recent (verifiable) contest achievements. He mentioned Ateneo’s
wonderful ICPC thing.
Eh, need the scores clarified. Was under impression around same number
of problems solved. Fix, fix. <grin>
Also interesting to note: Look at the difference between 2 and 3! That
means that Ateneo had either solved things much faster or had fewer
incorrect submissions. Way cool, Ateneo.