Student Organizations

 Computer Science / Engineering Student Organizations

UK ACM

Association for Computing Machinery

Field trips, lectures given by distinguished scientists and attendance at regional and national professional society meetings, are all part of membership in a student organization. Our Association of Computing Machinery programming team is competitive nationally and worldwide and was recently invited to compete at the 2010 International Collegiate Programming Contest in Harbin, China.

Past Events
UK Student Programming Contest
Hackathon (Games, Robots)
Internship forum 
Chili Cook-off
Cat's Den party
Programming contest
Movie night

For a schedule of ACM's upcoming events please visit UKY.ACM.org
To Get Involved with ACM you can contact the ACM President Michael Delfino or log onto the ACM IRC Channel.


 UPSILON PI EPSILONUpsilon Pi Epsilon

The Upsilon Pi Epsilon honor society for computing sciences, the National Society of Black Engineers, the Society of Women Engineers and the Engineering Student Council are all active at UK. Be part of a great team, build leadership and problem-solving skills, compete in exciting events, enhance your education and most importantly have fun!

 


Dot Diva

Dot Diva

To learn more about Dot Diva please visit www.dotdiva.org


 

University of Kentucky Student Organizations

UK Student InvolvementUniversity of Kentucky Student Involvement

Getting involved on UK’s campus can help to enhance your UK experience.  We, as a campus, value the relationship between what happens inside and outside the classroom.  Finding an organization that you’re passionate about will help you to develop a skill set that can’t be beat.  Developing your own style of leadership is found in each opportunity you create at UK.