News and Events
This page will allow access to information about our various student clubs, what they are doing and other information relating to the School of Computing and Informatics. With the clubs, you can find who the current officers are, who the sponsors are, and the activities the clubs are involved with for that year. You can also access news of what is going on in the School of Computing and Informatics.
There are no upcoming events.
2013 Analytics Summit
On Friday November 8th, 2013, the Nashville Technology Council’s Analytics Peer Network, in coordination with Lipscomb University’s School of Computing and Informatics, held the 2013 Analytics Summit to focus on a fundamental issue facing organizations in middle Tennessee of "How to Effectively Leverage Analytics in Your Organization. Throughout the day, both local and regional analytics experts provided insight into the question of what analytics means and how it should exist within the contemporary organization. Speakers from various industries and backgrounds will addressed issues of big data, bigger analytics, and (most importantly) the biggest problems associated with developing an analytics capability.
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 Lipscomb University School of Computing and Informatics hosted the quarterly Nashville Technology Breakfast at Spark: Lipscomb's Idea Center. Guy Barnard, Senior Vice President and CIO of Healthways, and Chris Cigarran, President of the Employer Divison of Healthways, spoke on "Till Death Do Us Part: Marrying Business and Technology In Your Organization". Business and technology leaders gathered to hear from these experts and to network within the industry.
Lipscomb University's School of Computing and Informatics had a informational booth at the Nashville Comic Con Wizard World Convention on October 18-19, 2013. Our Enrollment Management Specialist, Finn Breland, also known as the "marketing guy" and the "office extrovert", challenged Comic Con attendees in Halo. He defended the honor of the Lipscomb SCI with a record of 160-1.
Lipscomb's School of Computing and Informatics partnered with a Google Student Ambassador to throw the 1st SCI Programming Competition on October 11, 2013. SCI students competed in teams to solve problems and win Raspberry Pis, Google headphones, and more.
On September 27th, three professors and two students in Lipscomb's School of Computing and Informatics went to the Peak 10 Data Center in Cool Springs to install the seventy-five servers that had been previously assembled. The servers will be used by students in the principles of networking class as a long term project, and by students and faculty for research purposes.
On September 23rd, twenty of Lipscomb's students in the School of Computing and Informatics joined with their professors to make seventy-five different IBM servers that were out of commission work again. They installed new RAM, checked the installed hardware and hard disks, and made sure that the servers could boot. Now that the servers are up and running, they will be deployed off campus for students to use for research purposes. With each server having its own bandwidth and IP address, students will be able to access the servers from anywhere, and have very minimal latency.