Welcome to Ohio University's Chapter of Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
We host weekly meetings Wednesday's at 7:30 pm in ARC 315.
Our typical meetings involve student or professor talks about a CS topic. Past topics have included Robotics, 3-D Graphics, Game Design, Quantum Computing, and Machine Learning.
For freshmen or anybody who just wants to start programming, we have a website with many helpful tips for getting started and accelerating your education, here: https://acm-cs-survival-guide.readthedocs.io/.
We also host programming contests several times a semester, anyone can participate. Early in the semester is a great time to start and includes question appropriate for beginners.
We send several teams to the ACM's regional International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) in the fall. We also like to get together to work on Google's Code Jam.
We are Ohio University's local chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). We normally hold weekly meetings during Fall and Spring semesters Wednesdays at 7:30 pm in ARC 160, all of which are completely open to anyone who desires to attend. Anyone with an interest in Computer Science is welcome to join!
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We are an open membership organization. We allow anyone interested in computer science to join our club, which is as simple as coming to the weekly meetings. National Members need to check the National ACM website for eligibility and pay the fee for either the student or professional memberships. If you are interested in being a student member of the national chapter of ACM, or have any questions, please email me at email@example.com
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Academic Research Center (ARC) 106
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We tend to hold weekly seminars or presentations on a given topic, programming contests, professional meetings including presentations by companies and resume and career fair prep, as well as a few social events during the Fall and Spring semesters.