Welcome to the BULLSYNC page for the USF branch of the Association for Computing Machinery!
Some of the benefits our members enjoy include presentations by industry speakers presenting topics on the latest developments in technology, with free food and drinks, social events, career contacts and planning, the ACM annual programming competition, leadership opportunities, and much more!
Hey USF ACM Members!
Its time to announce the Spring 2018 Semester Events! Please take a second to RSVP to any events that look interesting. RSVPs help us to determine food and materials we need for each event. Feel free to share this with any USF friends.
ACM Spring Schedule January 8th – May 4th (~14 Weeks)
Meetings to occur on Tuesdays or Thursdays.
SOFWERX Info Session - January 18th
Come in for an Info Session with SOFWERX. Learn more about what the company does and the opportunities they offer! Food will be provided.
ACM Intro & Elections - January 23rd
ACM will be hosting an event to give an introduction on the club. Elections will occur as well for two open positions, the two positions that are available are Webmaster and Fundraising Chair. If you are interested in these positions please be ready to talk about yourself, explain the reason why you chose the position and answer any questions that we may ask. For those of you who are interested in joining ACM E-board not this semester, but in later semesters have an opportunity to join on what's called a "shadowing program". We will be discussing this "shadowing program" where some of you can participate, join our officer meetings and see how the club works.
Drift Info Session - January 30th
Come and join us to learn about a startup company called Drift. This event will be hosted by Elias Torres, the founder and CTO of the company. He will discuss what the company does, what opportunities the company has to offer and what their goals are. Free food will be provided.
Deloitte Workshop - February 1st
Come and join us to learn about DevOps which aims to unify development and software operation. It will be a fun, interactive, and informative event!
Free food and drinks will be provided!
Information Session with Raytheon - February 13th
Learn what makes a good resume and some interviewing/negotiation techniques with Raytheon. Free food will be provided.
ACMxSASE Celebrates Chinese New Years - February 14th
Come join SASE and ACM as they celebrate Chinese New Year. They'll be delicious Chinese food, red envelopes giveaways and many more fun actives!
Info Session with Sunview - February 15th
Come join us and know more about SunView and the opportunities available at the company. SunView Software is a leading provider of IT Service Management Software that helps companies build smarter and more responsive IT service environments.
Cyber Talk with Dr. Ou - February 20th
ACM will host an event for Dr. Xinming (Simon) Ou, an associate professor at USF. Dr. Ou will talk about his research on group Argus: http://www.arguslab.org/. He will discuss about why undergraduate students may want to get involved in research and discuss about career plans and graduate schools. Open to all USF students.
ACMxSASE- Lets Celebrate Holi - March 1st
Join SASE as they celebrate the hindu festival of Holi, their will be a small presentation about the significance of Holi as well as Indian Food!
Hack-A-Bull - March 24th - March 25th
Hack-A-Bull is the University of South Florida's first major league hackathon. This event showcases and encourages the idea to code and create something new in just over 24 hours. We will be collaborating with SHPE-Tech in this event.
Good luck this Spring semester and have fun
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) brings together computing educators, researchers, students 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 and helps form a global network of Computer Scientists and Engineers.
ACM is dedicated to:
- Advancing the art, science, engineering, and application of information technology
- Fostering the open interchange of information to serve both professionals and the public; and
- Promoting the highest professional and ethical standards.
Academic & Professional
This is your 2018-2019 Student Organization Advisor. Note: Student organization advisors must be a current full-time faculty or staff member or a graduate assistant at the University of South Florida Tampa campus with a valid USF email address and NetID.
All student organizations at the University of South Florida Tampa campus are required to have an advisor in order to maintain the organization's active status. An advisor must be a full time faculty/staff or graduate assistant at the Tampa campus. Your advisor must confirm their role as the advisor in your organization. Enter your advisor's email and an Advisor Approval Form will be sent to him/her for approval. You are encouraged to inform your advisor in advance of a forthcoming email from this system because your organization cannot complete the registration process to become an active organization until your advisor has approved the request.
For questions about A&S Funding or to check how much money your organization has left to spend, please contact Student Business Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 813-974-7100
Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Available Spending Amount: $4,425.00 (Funded Through Interim Budget Approval)
Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Available Spending Amount: $10,390.00