Global Game Jam Returns!
The GGJ brings together talented individuals from within your community. It is a unique opportunity for people to push their skills and challenge their way of working. Participants work concurrently with developers around the globe; we rally around a central theme, and then have 48 hours to create a game. It’s our hope that we will see some very experimental realized prototypes that you can continue to work on after the jam. Many games developed in previous Game Jams have become fully realized games. The GGJ is open source, hardware & software agnostic and all projects are protected under a Creative Commons license. We encourage people to try out new ideas and push themselves, within reason. We also strongly encourage participants to remember to eat and sleep, to stay at their best!
The event is open to the public. No formal game development experience needed! Computer workstations and software will be provided; however, you are free to bring your own laptop or computer. Rooms will also be available for sleeping. Just bring your camping gear!
Friday, January 29, 2016 at 5:30 PM through Sunday, January 31, 2016 at 8:00 PM (PST) at Coleman University
Tickets are on sale at Eventbrite.
We are pleased to share with you that we have adopted a new student friendly interim attendance policy effective for the January 11, 2016 start (see below). This policy was developed with students in mind, and while we have not heard from all faculty and staff, we believe that you will approve of this change. Please note that this is an interim policy which must still be approved by the Policy Development and Review Committee and is still open for input.
If for any reason you have any questions, concerns or input, please be sure to email email@example.com. The feedback you provide will be considered the next committee meeting prior to formal adoption of the policy.
Also, students will be emailed about the changes and an announcement will be posted on Webclass. Please make sure you are familiar with the interim policy and encourage students to visit the website for the catalog which contains the policy.
Students who do not attend class during the first schedule week will be administratively removed from roster and a No Grade (NG) grade will be recorded on the student’s record. A grade of NG is non-punitive.
4 Unit Course
Students who are not in attendance for 3 cumulative classes during weeks 2 through 6 will be administratively removed from roster and a Withdrawal (W) grade will be recorded on the student’s record. A grade of W can impact the student’s Incremental Completion Rate (ICR).
5 Unit Course
Students who are not in attendance for 3 cumulative classes during sessions 2 through 6 will be administratively removed from roster and a Withdrawal (W) grade will be recorded on the student’s record. A grade of W can impact the student’s Incremental Completion Rate (ICR).
8 Unit Course
Students who are not in attendance for 5 cumulative classes during weeks 2 through 6 will be administratively removed from roster and a Withdrawal (W) grade will be recorded on the student’s record. A grade of W can impact the student’s Incremental Completion Rate (ICR).
For more information you can view the Coleman University catalog here.
Congratulations to Caleb Tatum for being awarded Student of the Term! More
Join us every Thursday at 12:15pm in Room 209 (next to the Front Desk).
This 20 week series is your opportunity to network with entrepreneurs and tech students and study information video series “How to Start a Startup”.
Open to students, staff, faculty, and the public.
Norbert J. Kubilus, CCP MBCS
The Board of Trustees of Coleman University has announced that it unanimously elected Norbert J. Kubilus, CCP MBCS as the University’s next President & CEO during the Board’s meeting on Thursday, October 29th.
“I would like to congratulate and welcome Norbert to his new position,” said Mike Maier, Acting Chair of the Board of Trustees. “While we had a number of highly-qualified candidates, Norbert stood out for his experience as an executive and educator, as well as his proven leadership as Interim President since May. His record of achievement, personal history and values set him apart as the clear choice to carry our Vision, Mission, Institutional Learning Outcomes and Strategic Goals.”
Mr. Kubilus has been a member of the Coleman University Board of Trustees since June 2012 and served as Board Chair until he was asked to serve as Interim President in May 2015 while the Board conducted a Presidential Search. He is a career technology and operations executive who also has held faculty positions with New Jersey Institute of Technology and The College of New Jersey. Mr. Kubilus was also a Technology Leadership Partner with Tatum LLC and co-founded the Tatum Technology practice in Southern California.
“I am very honored to be the next president of Coleman University and am excited to engage the entire Coleman community to turn the dreams we have for the University into reality,” said Mr. Kubilus. “Our founder, Dr. Coleman Furr, was a pioneer in computer technology education when he and his wife Lois started the school 52 years ago. Coleman University today has a terrific team of faculty and staff with a ‘student first’ attitude and a passion for preparing our graduates to be leaders in technology-focused careers and their communities. ”
A graduate of Seton Hall University (BS) and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (MS), Mr. Kubilus is a Certified Computing Professional (CCP) in Technology Management and Software Development. He is author of over 70 professional and academic publications on technology issues affecting business, as well as a frequent conference speaker. Computerworld named him a Premier 100 Information Technology Leader in 2007. He is a Past Association President for the Association of Information Technology Professionals and an elected member of the British Computer Society.
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Join us as members of The Club, come together for a construction event to build their own 3D printer. https://plus.google.com/events/cna5d4oediohnfol842ac92cono Available from Makerfarm, the kit contains everything you need to build your own 3D printer. The model used is the Pegasus 8 and is able to print using pla filament, … More
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Diwali (or Deepavali, the “festival of lights”) is an ancient Hindu Festival celebrated in autumn every year. Diwali is one of the largest and brightest festivals in India. The festival spiritually signifies the victory of good over evil. The preparations and rituals typically extend over a five-day period, but the … More
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On November 10th, 1775, the Second Continental Congress established the Continental Marines. The have continued to serve with honor to this day. Join us in our Veterans Center on Tuesday, November 10th, at 12pm and 5pm, as we honor the Marines and celebrate their birthday! Brought to you by the Diversity … More
OPEN TO ALL MOD 1 STUDENTS
Join us for fun, food, raffles, and to get better acquainted with Coleman University and the resources available to you! More
It’s that time of the year again!
On Tuesday, October 27th, we will be celebrating Halloween with our annual Costume Contest!
Join us in the Cafeteria at 12pm or at 5:30pm to participate!
We will have prizes for the best costumes as well as 2nd and 3rd place!
Open to all students, faculty, & staff