Computer Science and Engineering students have the opportunity to participate in a broad range of student organizations for professional networking, learning and practicing new skills, and social activities. CSE student organizations include chapters of national organizations as well as organizations specific to the department.
CSE student organizations who want to be recognized by the department, use department resources, have access to Computing Partners Program (CPP) funds, be featured in its publicity, and be listed on web and social media should contact Prof. Ken Christensen.
WOMEN IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (WICSE)
Gathers female students who are majoring, or interested in, any engineering-related field to provide support, career guidance, and relevant opportunities.
President: Felicia Drysdale
Advisor: Jing Wang
Women in CyberSecurity (Wiccys)
WiCyS at USF is a dedicated group on campus, aiming to make a positive change in cybersecurity. Our main goal is to lessen the gender gap in this field, ensuring women have equal opportunities to succeed. We provide education, mentorship, and networking opportunities to help students grow in cybersecurity. Additionally, we focus on promoting and increasing the number of women in the cybersecurity workforce through our collaboration with academic institutions.
President: Brianna Deaubler
Advisor: James Anderson
WHITEHATTERS COMPUTER SECURITY CLUB (WCSC)
The Whitehatters Computer Security Club (WCSC) is a club for students with a passion for computer security to come out and learn more about reverse engineering, computer forensics, web hacking, and more! The club competes in a variety of national competitions, including CSAW, Raymond James CTF, and the Southeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (SECCDC).
President: Jackson Liveringhouse
Advisor: Marbin Pazos-Revilla
SOCIETY OF COMPETITIVE PROGRAMMERS (SCP)
Provides resources and mentoring to assist CSE students participating in hack-a-thon and other types of programming competitions.
President: Chloe Berry
Advisor: Mauricio Pamplona Segundo
RoboBulls is a student organization within the University of South Florida for students who have an interest or passion for robotics. USF RoboBulls students have participated in national and international competitions, such as RoboCup. These competitions provide a common testing ground for different research laboratories where scientific advances can be studied and evaluated under real-time conditions.
President: Sahil Gazula
Advisor: Alfredo Weitzenfeld
INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS COMPUTER SOCIETY (IEEE - CS)
The computing professional's single, unmatched source for technology information, inspiration, and collaboration.
President: Mykyta (Nick) Nechaiev
Advisor: Robert Karam
GIRLS WHO CODE COLLEGE LOOP
Girls Who Code College Loops is about more than programming, we are on-campus organizations offering monthly challenges focusing on honing computer science skills and engaging women to take action, collaborate and create with one another. It is a supportive network, plus exclusive opportunities to meet with industry professionals & Girls Who Code corporate partners.
President: An Pham
Advisor: Schinnel Small
The USF GameDev Club (GDC) acts as a meeting ground for USF students interested in creating video games.
President: Kevin Merrill
Advisor: Jing Wang
BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE (BCI) CLUB
Encourages and attracts individuals to the world of engineering, specifically brain drone racing.
President: Alvaro Lazaro Aguilar
Advisor: Marvin Andujar
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Provides CSE Students with social, professional, and technical opportunities for career development.
President: Chirag Singh
Advisor: Ken Christensen