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Association for Computing Machinery at MSU

Building a community of students, developers, hobbyists, and professionals

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What is ACM?

Navigating the landscape of computer science can be difficult, but you don't have to do it alone! Whether you're completely new to programming or simply can't wait to get out of college, we're here to aid you and your computer science goals. We host tech talks and workshops presented by companies all across the nation; some that have presented in the past include Google, Microsoft, Ford, Quicken Loans, Target, Mozilla, and many more.

What are Special Interest Groups?

Along with hosting tech talks, we're going to be organizing Special Interest Groups (SIGs) this year. These groups will be offering mentorship and workshops each in their respective areas. Some of the SIGs include:

  • DEV - Web and mobile development.
  • AI - Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
  • OS - Operating Systems (Linux, low level programming, dev-ops, tooling).
  • ICPC - Competitive programming and technical interview skills.

How can I get involved?

The best way to get involved in ACM is by joining our Discord server! That’s where we’ll be announcing all our events, as well as facilitating all SIG meetings and communications. We share important events by email as well, so feel free to join our email list here. You don’t need to be a computer science major or need to know anything about programming. As long as you have a desire to learn, the ACM community is more than willing to help you achieve your goals.

ACM Board

Jake Lankfer

Co-President

Keerthi Gogineni

Co-President

Sebnem Onsay

Faculty Advisor

Jaden Hanold

Treasurer

Eden Seo

Secretary

Joey Daprai

Webmaster

Richard Huang

Graphic Designer

Special Interest Groups

Aref Zeitoun

AI President

Cosmos Gyamfi

OS President