What are Developer student clubs?
We're university based community groups for students interested in Google developer technologies. Students from all undergraduate or graduate programs with an interest in growing as a developer are welcome. By joining a DSC, students grow their knowledge in a peer-to-peer learning environment and build solutions for local businesses and their community.
Developer Student Clubs bridge the gap between Theory & Practical Application for student developers
BorderHacks had over 600 participants, and more than 60 submitted projects. Students from 14 countries came together to learn, code, connect and compete! Stay tuned for recordings of workshops and community events.
The University of Windsor is a comprehensive, student-focused university with nearly 15,000 students enrolled in a broad range of undergraduate and graduate programs.
We have a strong community, award-winning faculty and innovative facilities. With small class sizes and a comprehensive array of student services, clubs and associations, UWindsor provides students with a friendly and supportive learning environment.
The UWindsor DSC fits in by building the future of #YQG by helping solve our community's problems.
How does it work for students?
Students can submit their project, contribute to community projects or participate in workshops:
Join our discord server (https://discord.gg/XUjp4bX ) to connect with other members
Submit your own project (https://forms.gle/dSL7Gzw9gjCtXReB6) or check out the list of community projects and find one to join
Attend workshops and build new, job-ready skills
At the end of the school year, students have the option to submit their work to Google's solution challenge, for a chance at exciting rewards!
How does it work for community partners?
Community partners can reach out to us and tap into our team of dedicated students. Students are looking for exciting projects to build their resume. The process is simple:
Describe your solution so students know what you're looking for
Appoint a liaison that students can communicate with while they're working on your solution
We find a team motivated of students to work on your project and help them build the skills they need
Celebrate students success by boosting them on social media
Interested in getting your project off the ground? Reach out to us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Diversify Computer Science
Increasingly, fields in STEM are making proactive efforts to raise the profile of minorities, highlighting their contributions, and the broader importance of diversity. DiversifyComputerScience web portal would provide a means to connect and increase the visibility of graduate students, industry professionals, researchers and university faculty from underrepresented groups.
This project had two main goals.
To develop a wearable, non-invasive human interface device
Develop 3D printed prosthesis which are capable of closely mimicking natural limb motions
This project has the potential offer tangible improvement to the lives of anyone who suffers from loss of limb function due to amputation and/or paralysis.
Esports at UWindsor
This group of dedicated students worked to bring esports officially to the University of Windsor for the first time. DSC helped them come together as a dedicated team of students, and worked to connect them with members of the campus community.
The initiative was successful, reaching official status in May of 2020 as Lancer Gaming.
The Liberty Project is a social enterprise which aims to address two significant needs:
Providing victims of abuse, addictions, and trauma in Canada with an opportunity for sustainable employment
Giving women living in poverty across the world access to sanitary menstrual health products
DSC UWindsor supported this amazing initiative by creating an e-commerce platform to help regulate their business.