College House Computing supports and provides access to current and emerging information technology resources for students, faculty and staff residing in the College Houses. We offer a secure and accessible computing environment and information technology education and services which will enable College House residents to utilize information technology effectively in order to realize their full potential in their chosen academic and personal pursuits, now and in the future.


Tech Talk Series



Tech Talk Series

On October 8th, former College House Resident and Penn Alumni '02, JJ Tiziou, came to Stouffer College House to speak about how Technology has impacted his career in Photography.

To get more information about upcoming Tech Talks, please visit: 
http://rescomp.house.upenn.edu/tech-talk-series

To see more information regarding past Tech Talks, go to:

http://rescomp.house.upenn.edu/tech-talk-series-fall13
http://rescomp.house.upenn.edu/tech-talk-series-spring14



2014 Outstanding ITA Winner

The Office of College Houses and Academic Services and the College House Computing Office have selected their 2014 Outstanding ITA winner for the year.

First place was given to Jeffrey Shih of Hill College House for not only outstanding computing support to his fellow residents, but his positive and upbeat spirit and relentless pursuit of a resolution to any and all computing problems.

Runners-up include Grace Xu of Rodin College House and Ernest Tavares of Stouffer College House.

Congratulations to all!

 

College House Computing Annual Scavenger Hunt Winners Announced

ITA teams from Harrison and Kings Court English took the WIN in the annual ITA Penn Museum Scavenger Hunt.

Strong performances were made by all but it was no match for the coordination, skill and speed displayed by the ITA teams from Harrison and Kings Court English. The College House Computing judges hereby award "Best at the Hunt" bragging rights for 2014/15 to the ITA competitors from Harrison and Kings Court English.

Big Thanks go out to all our ITAs in the 11 College Houses for their excellent work throughout this year's move-in.

Harrison ITA KCECH ITAs

About Our Coat of Arms

Ben Chirlin (SEAS ’10), a Senior ITA in Riepe College House designed our coat of arms in 2009.
 
The Symbols: The ring rising from the shield symbolizes fidelity. The circles symbolize preservation & protection. The triangle formed by the lightning bolts symbolizes engineering. The lightning bolts symbolize swiftness & power.

The Colors:
Gold signifies generosity and elevation of the mind. White signifies peace & sincerity. Blue signifies truth & loyalty. Black signifies constancy.

The motto: Fidelitas et Tutamen means Loyalty & Protection.
Our year round support shows loyalty to our residents and to the College House academic mission. Our commitment is to provide a safe computing environment by protecting technology and the network in our College Houses.
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