Association of Computing and Technology Students (ACTS)–ACTS allows students who have an interest in data processing and information systems to share their ideas and talents with others. They meet with professionals in the information technology field and explore career possibilities.
Mrs. Teresa Hickerson (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Mr. Harry Kimberling (email@example.com) are the faculty advisors for this organization; contact them for more information.
ACM Student Chapter
ACM (www.acm.org) brings together computing educators, researchers, and professionals to inspire dialogue, share resources, and address the field's challenges. As the world’s largest computing society, ACM strengthens the profession's collective voice through strong leadership, promotion of the highest standards, and recognition of technical excellence. ACM supports the professional growth of its members by providing opportunities for life‐long learning, career development, and professional networking.
Founded at the dawn of the computer age, ACM’s reach extends to every part of the globe, with more than half of its nearly 100,000 members residing outside the U.S. Its growing membership has led to Councils in Europe, India, and China, fostering networking opportunities that strengthen ties within and across countries and technical communities. Their actions enhance ACM’s ability to raise awareness of computing’s important technical, educational, and social issues around the world.
Dr. Chao Zhao (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Feridoon Moinian (email@example.com) are the faculty advisors for this organization, contact them for more information.
The purpose of this club shall be to foster a wide student-interest in Mathematics and Computer Science. It shall also assist students in developing skills and leadership in the field of Mathematics and Computer Science through peer and faculty support. It shall also expose the fields of Mathematics and Computer Science to the general population of the university and the local community for the benefits of its members. Membership in the club shall be open to any and all Cameron University students who have a general or specific interest in the fields of Mathematics and/or Computer Science. All members must be in good academic standing according to the university policy and have a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 or above. Consideration will be given for students who show exceptional improvement by earning a position on the Dean's List or Presidents List in the semester prior to membership enrollment. There are meetings, pizza parties, and activities that coincide with Cameron Sponsored events.
Pi Mu Epsilon
Pi Mu Epsilon is dedicated to the promotion of mathematics and recognition of students who successfully pursue mathematical understanding. To promote mathematics, the National Pi Mu Epsilon Council sponsors an annual conference in conjunction with the Mathematics Association of America’s (MAA) annual MathFest. Traditionally, this conference occurs the first weekend of August. Undergraduate members of Pi Mu Epsilon are encouraged to give a 15 minute presentation on a mathematical topic of interest. The content of the presentation does not have to include original research. Although some presentations may impart new results, the majority often show results of exploration of a topic beyond what is traditionally covered in an undergraduate class. Feel free to contact a member of the PME Council to verify a topic is suitable for presentation.