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Computer Science

Student Organizations

  1. The Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)
    The Association of Computing Machinery is an international organization for computing professionals concerned with the advancement of computer science. ACM maintains local, professional and student chapters around the world.

    This student chapter is charged with furthering computer science student's professional and social development. To achieve their goals, they bring in speakers, hold social events, recognize achievement, and try to provide the kinds of services that make sense for CS people. Local chapter advisors are Dr. James Gary and Dr. Michael Galloway. Visit the National ACM Web Site.

  2. IEEE Computer Society
    The IEEE Computer Society is the computing professional's single, unmatched source for technology information, inspiration and collaboration. By making the most up-to-date and advanced information in the computing world easily accessible, we are the source that computing professionals trust to provide high quality, state-of-the-art information on an on-demand basis.

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 Last Modified 9/24/14