acmAssociation 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.
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Thursday, November 3rd, 2016
ACM Talk: Roland Varriale
From Argonne National Lab
Topic: Cyber-Physical Systems and their Security
Location: LSC 334 at Noon (Pizza at 11:45)
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
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
My name is Kenny Lear and I'm a Junior at the University of Scranton. I am majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics. In my free time I like to go hiking and have an interest in Android Development.
Hey! I'm Sam and I'm a computer science and math major. I'm 19 years old and currently a sophomore here at the University of Scranton. I have a passion for Computer Science that goes way back to freshman year of high school. When I'm not busy with school work or hanging out with my friends, I work on various side projects. I have interests in android and web development, as well as AI and security.
My name is Ronnie Passaro. I am a graduate student attending the University of Scranton. I have my Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and I'm pursuing my Master's Degree in Software Engineering. Some hobbies of mine include homebrewing, hiking, fishing, camping and much more. I enjoy running and have participated in two half marathons, the Tough Mudder, and many other races. I am also an Eagle Scout. For my Eagle project I connected two existing trails to make one continuous loop. This took roughly 100 hours to complete. In my spare time I like to work on individual projects such as web design and iOS development.