Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
The Association for Computing Machinery aims to provide social and professional development to students in the area of computing and technology.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society (IEEE - CS)
The IEEE Computer Society is the computing professional's single, unmatched source for technology information, inspiration and collaboration. We are the source that computing professionals trust to provide high quality, state-of-the-art information on an on-demand basis. Our goal is to support students in their academic and professional endeavors.
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Microsoft Developers Network (MSDN)
The MSDN club at University of South Florida strives to provide informational workshops on a variety of topics in the field of Computer Science. MSDN attempts to facilitate interest in programming and developing within the USF community, as well as to provide a group of like minded students an opportunity to learn, network, and share anything of interest pertaining to programming.
Society of Competitive Programmers (SCP)
The SCP is a newly formed organization at the University of South Florida. SCP is focused on providing resources and mentoring to assist CSE students in competing at Hackathons and other types of programming competitions.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Tech (SHPE Tech)
SHPE Tech is the technology branch of The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineer. SHPE Tech is focused on Coding, Hackathon Competitions and Professional Development. Regardless of major or background, all students interested in learning how to code are welcomed. SHPE Tech is the first student organization to introduce Hackathon culture to USF. We empower students through our event partnership with Major League Hacking (MLH). SHPE Tech also hosts Hack-A-Bull, a 24-hour hackathon competition where students can code, build and share their ideas, while networking with company sponsors.
Victoria Carlos, SHPE Tech Director
Whitehatters Computer Security Club
WCSC is focused on raising awareness in regard to issues within the field of information security among its membership and the community. We strive to provide as many opportunities as possible for our members to grow, learn, and become ideal candidates for information security positions after graduation.
Farooq Shaikh, President
Women in Computer Science and Engineering (WICSE)
WICSE is a group focused on gathering together female students at the University of South Florida who are majoring, or interested in, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Technology, and related engineering fields in order to provide support, career guidance, and relevant opportunities.