Monthly Archives: September 2008

Job Posting: Lead Developer (lead programmer analyst)

More hiring! Harvey Mudd College seeks a lead developer to join our software development team. As lead developer you will lead a small team of two other full-time staff and several part-time developers. You will be responsible for designing and developing productivity tools that span the full range of needs in a higher education environment. […]

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Job posting: Group Leader User Support

We are recruiting! Harvey Mudd College seeks a group leader for its computing and information services User Support group. As group leader you will lead a team of three full-time and one-part time staff, as well as a number of students, who provide full computing support to approximately 400 faculty and staff and limited support […]

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Tablet PCs go to students and faculty

Earlier this year, Barry Olsan kindly helped us obtain a number of Tablet PCs from Lenovo as part of a matching grant program at IBM. In August we sent out a message asking people to tell us what they would do if they had a tablet to use in class during the Fall semester.  We […]

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New Wireless Network

Good news about the HMC wireless networking infrastructure! During the summer, the Claremont Colleges reached agreement on how to move forward with the next generation of wireless networking, which will eventually replace the CINE wireless network.  As a result of that agreement, HMC invested in new wireless access points and switching equipment, which we have […]

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HASTAC competition

An announcement from HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Advanced Collaboratory) came in this morning. It may be of interest to HMC students. With sponsorship from the MacArthur Foundation, they have announced a digital media and learning competition. The website is Here’s the announcement that came via email: An announcement from We want […]

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