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| February 7, 2018

We are excited to announce that we’re hosting the second annual Women in Technology networking night on Tuesday, February 20 at 6 p.m. All are welcome to join us for a conversation about women working in the technology industry from our guest speaker, Nina Kominiak. This will be a casual speech followed by open questions and networking.

Nina Kominiak is an Apple Consulting Engineer focusing on iOS, macOS, security, privacy and Apple's developer tools for iOS and Mac OS X platforms. She has been with Apple since 2010, greatly enjoying the opportunity to combine her passions - technology, app...

| January 10, 2018

Have you ever wanted to code for iOS but didn’t know quite where to start? Have you played around in Swift Playgrounds but want to know more? With the introduction of the Digital Flagship initiative we thought this would be a great opportunity to have one of our friends from Apple® visit and provide and introduction and intermediate lesson in Swift™ and X code®.

| January 7, 2018

As our welcome back to campus in 2018, visit us Monday, January 8 through Friday, January 12 for steep discounts on items throughout the store.

| December 11, 2017

December is a busy month. Between final projects, exams, packing up to visit home and all of those holiday parties, it can be hard to find time to shop for your friends and family. To make things more complicated, tech presents are often way out of budget. That’s where we come in. Check out our top five gift ideas that won’t break the bank.

| November 17, 2017

On Wednesday, November 15, our eight Tech Hub student project grant semifinalists pitched their projects to a packed crowd with representatives from across the university. They explained their concepts and answered audience questions, but in the end, it came down to a vote.

We will be sharing the progress of the recipients throughout this semester and next. In September 2018, our winners will be back to present their progress and share their successes.

2017 Winners

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