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Association for Computing Machinery - University of Scranton Chapter



Welcome to another year with the University of Scranton's Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery.

Membership is open to all students. Those interested in computer science or computers in general are strongly encouraged to join. Our goal is to enhance the undergraduate experience in computer science. We do this by promoting professional, social, and educational interaction among students interested in computers or computer science. We also organize various programs such as CS related tutor sessions and resume help sessions. The ACM Student Chapter has approximately 25 members and receives support from the Department of the Computing Sciences.

For those of you who are unaware of what the ACM is, visit their site by clicking here and make sure to view the ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.

Officers


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Upcoming Events



Tuesday, November 19th, 2019

Speaker: Marc Gonzalez, Information Security Officer @Site2

Topic: Cyber Security for DoD Vendors

Location: LSC 233 at Noon (Pizza at 11:45AM)


Past Events


Josh David and Dr. Stephen Mansour Ph.D presentation on APL & Function/Array Paradigm as a tool of thought for software development






DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER 2019: Josiah Dykstra, Ph.D


Pictured from left to right: Liam O'Hare, Patrick Gioino, Josiah Dykstra Ph.D, Michael Wass, Alexa Baldon, Micael Delevan.













Summer 2019 Internship Talk












DISTINGUISHED ACM SPEAKER 2018: Biplav Shrivastava, Ph.D.










Electronic Makerspace Talk at the CTTC










IBM Talk from Louis Balzani






DISTINGUISHED ACM SPEAKER: Michael Macedonia, Ph.D.






Talk from February 23, 2016







Brendan Walker's talk on Azure and Halo Development





Scott Tilley's talk on Agile Software Development





Our trip to MetLife





Here are some pictures from the Villanova virtual reality room