Clubs and Organizations

More Engineering Clubs

View a full list of engineering clubs on the College of Engineering website.

Department Clubs

Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

Faculty Advisor: Dr. David Feil-Seifer

ACM is dedicated to advancing computing as a science and a profession. Our chapter of ACM provides a venue in which members can learn additional aspects of programming that may not be covered in department courses. It also provides a social atmosphere in which members can network with current University of Nevada, Reno members, national chapter members, and industry leaders. Instructional workshops, monthly meetings, and field trips are some of the activities ACM sponsors. ACM will also sponsor a team of members to participate in the Regional Programming Contest.

Graduate Student Club

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Eelke Folmer

The CSE Graduate Student club offer you a forum to meet students with similar interests, to ask questions of faculty or staff in your field of study in computer science, and to discuss related topics. All graduate and undergraduate students are eligible to join. You will find several benefits to joining this club. Monthly meetings in different labs help everyone get familiar with what kind of research is being done in different areas in a very informal way. We have advanced workshops, seminars and talks held by experts, professors and graduate students.

Women Into Computer Science and Engineering

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Emily Hand
Website: WICSE

WICSE (Women Into Computer Science and Engineering) is a group of women pursuing degrees and careers in, or related to, computer science and computer engineering. Our purpose is to promote an environment of community and academic support for current and prospective women in these fields. Our group hosts scheduled study sessions and technical and informational lectures to assist women taking computer science and computer engineering courses. These activities, along with planned recreational outings, are intended to help foster interest, knowledge and camaraderie for members of WICSE. Women who are not computer science and engineering majors but are taking classes and/or have an interest in these fields are encouraged to join us.