Student Organizations

CSE Ambassadors

The CSE Ambassador Team assists the department head and assistant department head with recruiting and retention events. These students represent the department to prospective students and their parents. Leadership skills and reliability are a must for these volunteer positions.  Students interested in becoming a CSE Ambassador should contact Dr. Sarah Lee.

2017-2018 Ambassador Team

Association of Computing Machinery

The MSU student Chapter of the ACM exists to

  1. To promote an increased knowledge of the science, design, development, construction, languages, and applications of modern computing machinery.
  2. To promote a greater interest in computing machinery and its applications.
  3. To provide a means of communication between persons having interest in computing machinery.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Joe Crumpton

Association of Computing Machinery - Women

The MSU student Chapter of the ACM-W exists to

  1. To promote an increased knowledge of the science, design, development, construction, languages, and applications of modern computing machinery.
  2. To promote a greater interest in computing machinery and its applications.
  3. To provide a means of communication between persons having interest in computing machinery.

Membership is open to any MSU student interested in providing equitable access to computing education. CS Student Kourtney Atwell organized the formation of the chapter. Charter officers (2017-2018) include:

  • Ginny Tabor, President (Class of 2018)
  • Kourtney Atwell, Vice President
  • Heather Bostick, Secretary
  • Meenakshi Das, Publicity Chairperson
  • Mary Lee, Recruitment Chairperson
  • Ryan Bolton, Treasurer

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Sarah Lee

disAbility Group

The disAbility Group was formed to provide a supportive community for MSU students with disabilities and any MSU student interested in making society more inclusive, with particular emphasis on computing accessibility in our increasingly digital society. The group was founded by CS student Meenakshi Das.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Sarah Lee

MSU Software Engineering Club (DevNet)

DevNet is the Software Engineering Club at Mississippi State University.

Upsilon Pi Epsilon

Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) is an honorary society established to recognize outstanding talent and promote high scholarship and professionalism in the Computing Sciences. UPE is the first and remains the only international honor society for the Computing Sciences, and is recognized by ACM and IEEE Computer Societies. Membership in UPE is extended through invitation to students and faculty in Computer Science and Computer Engineering who display outstanding scholarship and professionalism.

Connect

  • Meet recruiters
  • Seek mentorship
  • Find like-minded peers
  • Join development teams

Learn

  • Hear from industry professionals
  • Find out about new technologies
  • Learn from your peers

Develop

  • Compete in hackathons and programming competitions
  • Use your skills to start a business
  • Find teammates for your projects
  • Participate in code workshops