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Welcome to the Recreational Math & Computer Science Club!

Purpose: The purpose of our organization is to provide a collaborative environment in which to explore recreational mathematics and computer science.

  • To be able to freely ask questions and share knowledge.    

  • Work on group projects.    

  • Explore the interests of the members of the club.    

  • Discuss mathematics and computer science related problems and topics.

  • Research current trends in mathematics and computer science.    

  • Play and analyze games.    

  • Participate and contribute to Opensource (Open Source) Software.    

  • Expand our knowledge and skill sets in a collaborative and open environment.

  • Form study groups.

  • Robots! And more...


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Recreational Mathematics & Computer Science Club



Selection process/membership requirements

Please list information about the organizations selection process and include membership requirements if applicable.

Membership is open to everyone with an interest in mathematics and/or computer science.

Club/organization's email address

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Officer #1 Position Title


Officer #1 Name

Sandra Torres

Officer #2 Position Title

Vice President

Officer #2 Name

Paul Gonzalez-Becerra

Officer #3 Position Title


Officer #3 Name

Andrew Chen

Officer #4 Position Title


Officer #4 Name

Kenneth Lucey-Cose

Officer #5 Position Title

STEM Outreach

Officer #5 Name

Navneet Kaur

On-Campus Advisor Name

Jeffra Bussmann

On-Campus Advisor Title

Associate Librarian

On-Campus Advisor Name #2

Andrew Carlos

On-Campus Advisor Title #2

STEM and Web Services Librarian


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Organization Goals

Please list your goals for the next year

Our goals for the upcoming year include enabling our members to gain new skills and work with others on group projects, form study groups, and hear from industry speakers and faculty members. Meet with the AWM, ACM-W, IEEE, and SciTalk and others to have meetings and discussions. Contribute to open source software and encourage research.

What types of events do you hold?

(For example: social, service, brotherhood/sisterhood, leadership, physical/fitness, etc.)

Guest and Faculty Speakers, Group Projects, Open Source Software, Opportunities to learn new skills, Interview Practice and Prep, Gaming (playing and analyzing), Research, Networking, and Volunteering Opportunities.

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