ACM Groups & Committees

ACM-W

ACM-W aims to create an engaging academic, professional, and social network for women and minorities in technology. Our purpose is to connect students with leaders and encourage them to pursue career opportunities in computing fields and to mentor for academic and professional success.

Web Development

The ACM Web Development group is dedicated to designing, developing, and publishing the chapter's website and all associated web content. We also encourage members to develop and work on their own projects.
For more information, join the #web-dev channel on Slack.

Meeting Times

Mondays from 3:00pm to 4:00pm in NPB 4.140

Primary Contacts

Andrew Hutton, Media Officer

Python

The ACM Python group provides a place for members to practice and learn more about Python. Python is on the command line, on the web, in research; Python is everywhere.

Meeting Times

Tuesdays from 2:30pm to 3:30pm in NPB 4.140

Primary Contacts

Luke Taylor, Social Events Officer

AI Group

ACM's Artificial Intelligence Group researces and shares new ideas on AI and machine learning, ranging from neural networks to game development. The group discusses how to integrate AI into new and old projects and, occasionally, how to prevent AI from taking over.

Meeting Times

Wednesdays from 2:00pm to 3:00pm in NPB 4.140

Primary Contacts

Trase Westbrook, President

RowdyHacks Planning

RowdyHacks is UTSA's offical annual hackathon hosted by ACM.

Every year, members from ACM get together to help plan and organize RowdyHacks. It is a great way to get involved and to learn about organizing events. So whether you are a seasoned veteran, or new to hackathons, everyone is encouraged to be a part of the planning commitee.

For more information reach out to us to see how you can get involved.