The Association for Computing Machinery for Women at UTSA is a part of ACM UTSA and is dedicated to giving members and students the opportunity to gain experience, network, socialize, learn, and grow outside of the classroom in all fields of technology and computing.
As a part of ACM, ACM-W is an official UTSA student organization, an official university chapter of the national Association for Computing Machinery for Women, and a non-profit organization.
The UTSA chapter of ACM-W was was founded the year after ACM, in 2016. From the start, ACM and ACM-W have shared goals and members who saw the need for inclusion and diversity the tech community. Since then, the chapter has grown at a remarkable pace and provides a valuable social environment for students in computer science, information systems, and other majors.
What ACM Offers
As UTSA's premier computer science student organization, ACM offers:
- Career development and opportunities
- Technical hands-on workshops on various technologies
- Social events, hackathons, and competitions
- A fun & welcoming atmosphere for all members