ACM holds many different kinds of events throughout the semester. Take a look and see if anything interests you!
Starting Fall 2015, the ACM ran its first hackathon which is a collaborative competition where engineers can come together to make interesting projects in just a day or two and then be judged based on the creativeness and quality of their work. Click on the link to learn more about the ACM's upcoming Hackathon!
Throughout the year we'll have some fun student led workshops to help programmers hone essential industry skills such as how to make android apps, navigating git repositories, and how to use Linux!
Periodically, Professors will agree to talk to our club about a topic they're interested in that they don't get to teach in the class room. This is a great way to get in touch with the professors as well as learn about interesting topics such as how auctions work and using computer clusters. Click the link for more details!
We host a monthly board/video game night in Tompkins hall that is a great way to get to know other ACM members, grab some free food, play games, and get to know your professors better!
This semester the ACM will be hosting a Search and Find on the Foggy Bottom campus that is sure to be intellectually challenging but also lots of fun. More details to come soon!