The ACM Student Chapter of Athens University of Economics and Business in the XRDS international student magazine for computing
The ACM Student Chapter of Athens University of Economics and Business is referred in the current issue of
XRDS - The ACM Magazine for Students, an international magazine for students interesting in computing. XRDS is published and
distributed by ACM to its members around the world and aims to promote modern computing in students. It has been in press since 1994 and publishes four issues per year.
In the Winter 2010 issue, XRDS hosts the local chapter of our University, presenting the buddy system, one of its current activities. In the buddy system younger students are paired with older students based on similar interests and hobbies.
Through this relation the older student can help, advise and mentor the younger one on educational and professional issues.
The chapter invites university students, from all Departments, with some interest in modern computing and informatics to participate in this activity.
Contact person: Theodora Trachana, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the current issue of XRDS
ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) is one of the world’s largest educational and scientific computing societies, delivering resources that advance computing as a science and a profession. ACM provides the computing field's premier
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