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Digitized

Posted in Science & Technology, Students & Campus Life
May 11, 2021 to May 14, 2021

Digitized is the largest one-day technology career event for Saskatchewan high school students.

Hosted by the University of Saskatchewan (USask) Department of Computer Science, Digitized is the largest one-day technology career event for Saskatchewan high school students.

Date: May 11–14
Location: Online

High school teachers and students across Saskatchewan are invited to register by May 5, 2021.

Register online at https://digitized.usask.ca

This year, we are taking Digitized online! By signing up for Digitized, you will have exclusive access to our content between May 11 and 14, including:

  • Keynote address by Linda Carmichael (BSc’03), program manager, Machine Learning Infrastructure at Google
  • Tech talks by USask professors and alumni
  • Career panel featuring local tech leaders

Watch a trailer to get a taste of what we have planned for this year:

Learn more and register online.

 

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