Undergraduate Colloquium

The Undergraduate Colloquium is held during the Spring and Fall semesters.  Topics include relevant technical skills as well as career advice.

Spring 2017

M O N
Feb. 6

  Pizza Party and Career Opportunities
Pete Mason and Erin Vickers, Sedgwick
10:20-11:15 am, Dunn Hall 233
     

Fall 2016

M O N
Oct. 17

  Open MCT: Open-Source, Web-Based Mission Control
Victor Woeltjen, MORI Associates
11:30 am-12:25 pm, Dunn Hall 103
     

Spring 2016

M O N
Apr. 25

  On the Crossroads of Cyber Security and Big Data Analytics
Lu Wang, Manager of Information Security, FedEx Services
11:30 am, FIT 225
     

M O N
Mar. 28

  The Real Curriculum: What You Should Actually Be Learning in College
Mark Cooper, Ph.D., Technical Fellow, FedEx Services
11:30 am, FIT 225
     

Fall 2015

W E D
Nov. 18

  Application Security: Building Security In
Thomas Davis, Manager, Information Security, The ServiceMaster Company
11:30 am-12:15 pm, Dunn Hall 123
Video (part 1) | Video (part 2)
     

W E D
Nov. 11

  The Information Security Workforce
Juan Soto, First Tennessee
11:30 am-12:15 pm, Dunn Hall 123
Video (part 1) | Video (part 2)
     

W E D
Oct. 21

  Cyber Security: Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Brian Burns, CISSP, CISA, AutoZone
11:30 am-12:15 pm, Dunn Hall 123
Video (part 1) | Video (part 2)
     

W E D
Oct. 14

  Getting the Most Out of Your Integrated Development Environment
Ernest McCracken, IBM / University of Memphis
11:30 am-12:15 pm, Dunn Hall 123
Video (part 1) | Video (part 2)
     

W E D
Sept. 16

  How to Become a Medical Bioinformaticist
Dr. Fatih Sen, Le Bonheur Children's Hospital
11:30 am-12:15 pm, Dunn Hall 123
Video (part 1) | Video (part 2)
     

T H U R S
Sept. 10

  Cyber Security: Explaining the Issues to Executive Management
Eric Spiegel, Dixon Hughes Goodman
1:00 pm, FIT 405
Slides | Video (part 1) | Video (part 2)