Date: Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET
Dr Janet Miller, Mount Royal University
Randy Connolly, Mount Royal University
Dr Faith-Michael Uzoka, Mount Royal University
Responding to a strong demand for computing graduates in Canada and a changing technology landscape, Randy Connolly, Janet Miller and Faith-Michael Uzoka of Mount Royal University, have released the second edition of the CERIC guide Computing Careers & Disciplines: A Quick Guide for Prospective Students and Career Advisors. This 2nd edition is developed to meet an evolving need among career advisors who support students interested in technology at both the secondary and post-secondary levels and aims to address the questions of why student should consider computing when choosing a career, and what kind of education and career pathways they can expect when they do.
Prof Randy Connolly has been teaching at Mount Royal University since 1997 and holds the rank of Full Professor (Computing).
Dr Janet Miller is a counselling psychologist with expertise in mental health, leadership, and post-secondary student success.
Dr Faith-Michael Uzoka has taught Computer Science and Information Systems at various universities since 1992.