Master of Science in Human-Computer Interaction

College of Information Studies

University of Maryland
4105 Hornbake Bldg, South Wing
4130 Campus Drive
College Park, MD 20742

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Spring 2017 Upcoming Events

February 8, 2017



We have a lot happening at the iSchool and around campus this semester! We decided to compile a list so that all you HCIM-ers could keep track of all that is going on. We will be updating this post as new events come to our attention. Happy eventing, HCIM!


Networking Webinar Wednesday 2/8 5-6pm, Online. The session is called: Cultivate Your Network: How to Create, Maintain and Sustain Professional Relationships (Tracy Maleeff). This one-hour webinar explores how to hone networking as a professional skill in order to enhance your career, including techniques and strategies to network both in person and online, and how to convert an introduction into a lasting professional relationship. You can access it online via WebEx.


Portfolio Workshop Friday 2/17 4-6pm, HBK 2119.  A hands-on workshop will be held to critique and refine your UX/interaction design portfolios. Please RSVP  by 2/10.


Making the Most of the Career Fair Monday 2/20 3-4 pm, 3100 Hornbake South Wing. An event hosted by the University Career Center. Come learn about how to prepare for the Spring Career & Internship Fair 2017, including interacting with employers, navigating the fair, and utilizing the new Careers by Symplicity app.


Computer Science Spring Career Fair Tuesday, 2/21 4-8 pm, Riggs Alumni Center. Hosted by the Computer Science department, the Internship and Career Fair is for CS students (undergrad through PhD), and is also open to HCIM students. Please consult this important information for students. RSVP is required.


Open Source Intelligence: Does your personal online profile matter to your job search? Wednesday 2/22 4:30-5:45 pm, in the HCIL. Mary Ann Francis will discuss how professional recruiters use social media and online databases to identify and screen candidates for jobs. Through examples, you will see how recruiters and others can quickly and easily find your personal information online.