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Student Organizations

Clemson Chapter of ACM

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is the world's largest professional organization for computing professionals "uniting the world's computing educators, researchers, and professionals to inspire dialogue, share resources, and address the field's challenges."

The Clemson University Student Chapter of ACM is an active organization that provides

  • social events
  • guest speakers and lectures
  • career discussion panels
  • competitive programming teams

Visit CU ACM's website for information on how to join.

CU Cyber

CU Cyber is Clemson's student-led organization focusing on the technical and social aspects of cyber security. CU Cyber's goals are to help promote awareness and give its members the ability to mitigate many of the threats computer networks face while maintaining availability. We are actively expanding the resources available to students with an interest in cyber security providing the tools and skills they will need in the future to help develop their personal and professional role in the cyber security industry.

Website: cucyber.net/
Meetings: Thursdays at 7:00 pm, Watt Family Innovation Center, Room 316
Contact: cyber@clemson.edu

Clemson Chapter of ACM-W

ACM, Association for Computing Machinery, is an accredited educational organization that promotes collaboration, discussion, and acknowledgement of the ideals and concepts of Computer Science. It is an internationally recognized scientific society headquartered in New York City, New York. ACM-Women is a branch of ACM with more than 36,000 members, and 137 active chapters at schools and higher institutions internationally. Like the name suggests, it focuses on providing resources for women worldwide to foster engagement and learning in all aspects of the computing field.

President: Keerti Kosana skosana@g.clemson.edu
Vice President: Jessica Qui jessicq@clemson.edu

Clemson Association for Information Systems (AIS)

Jason Thatcher