The Association for Computing Machinery

Don't miss our next General Body Meeting coming up on 10.31.17!

About ACM

ACM, the world's largest educational and scientific computing society, delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession. ACM provides the computing field's premier Digital Library and serves its members and the computing profession with leading-edge publications, conferences, and career resources. Learn More about ACM...



Our Chapter

Here at NC A & T, our number one goal is to ensure that all of our members are well equipped for the workforce upon receiving their respective degrees. We do so by hosting weekly meetings, tutoring sessions, and countless chapter events such as hack-a-thons and interview workshops. From developing fully responsive websites to creating the next big startup company, there is truly never a dull moment in this chapter.

If you are interested in joining, we meet every other Tuesday at 7:00 PM in Graham Hall. For more information, contact us today!

Special Interest Groups

ACM’s Special Interest Groups (SIGs) represent the major areas of the dynamic computing field. A primary source of original research and personal perspectives from the world's leading thinkers in computing and information technology, they foster technical communities within their respective specialties across countries and continents.

ACM’s SIGs are invested in advancing the skills of their members, keeping them abreast of emerging trends. They offer opportunities for networking with colleagues, staying connected to peers and negotiating the strategic challenges of the digital age.

This year, we want to see what SIGs interest our members most. Check out the full list of SIGs to see where you may fit in then email us to let us know which one it is.

Leadership

Romell Bolton
President

Romell is a Sophomore Computer Science student from Chicago, IL. He enjoys playing basketball and coding in his free time. During the summer of 2017, he interned with Union Pacific Railroad in Omaha, Nebraska.

D'Ante Barnes
Vice President

D’Ante Barnes, a junior Computer Science student from Detroit, MI. He is a Veteran of the United States Navy whose interests include photography, music, and traveling. During the summer of 2017, he will be interning at Sandia National Laboratories.

Brandon Long
President Emeritus

Brandon, from Stone Mountain, GA, is a Senior Computer Science student whom has spent time interning at NASA, Sam’s Club Oracle Corporation, and Apple as a Software Engineer. He is a freelance web developer and has been a musician for over 10 years.

Austin Washington
Secretary & Webmaster

Austin is a Junior Computer Science student from Upper Marlboro, MD. In his spare time he enjoys coding, ultimate frisbee, basketball, and playing video games. He has interests in Hybrid app development and machine learning. During the summer of 2017 he was with New Relic as a Mobile Development Intern in Portland, Oregon and participated in the creation of the new Portland Tech Intern Experience website.

Xavier Crawford
Treasurer

Xavier Crawford is a Sophomore in the Computer Science department from Chicago, IL. In his spare time, he likes to exercise and play 2k with his friends. In 2016, he interned at Steadfast Networks in Chicago, IL. He plans to concentrate in Cyber security in the near future.

LaJay Norvell
Publicity Chair

LaJay is a Senior Computer Science student originally from Aurora, Colorado. During the summer 2017, she interned with Wells Fargo & Co. in Charlotte, NC as aSystems Quality Assurance Engineer. When she's not working, she enjoys reading, dancing, live music, new restaurants, amusement parks, and anything adventurous.

Chanise Taylor
Co-Fundraising & Events Chair

Chanise is a Sophomore Computer Science student from Charlotte, NC. She enjoys playing volleyball and meeting new people in her free time. During the summer of 2017, she interned with NASA, working with IT Security.

Olivier Beya
Co-Fundraising & Events Chair

Olivier is a Senior in Computer Science originally from the Democratic Republic Of the Congo. During his free time, he enjoys listening to music, playing the guitar and building mobile applications. He currently works for the North Carolina A&T State University Division of Advancement and University Relations as a Development Associate and is a freelance iOS Mobile Application developer.

Muhammad Hanan
Pre-College Initiative Chair

Muhammad is a senior in Computer Science from High Point, NC. During his free time, he enjoys working on game development, listen to music, and go to the gym. He interned with Bank of America as Global Technology Analyst in Jacksonville, FL.

Nyland Sidifall
Mr. ACM

Nyland Sidifall is a sophomore, computer science student at the illustrious North Carolina A&T State University. Nyland chose computer science as a major because he worked for the computer science department in A&T’s Upward Bound program and professor Effort recommended that he take up the major. His hobbies include public speaking, acting, and of course coding. Nyland worked with Union Pacific in the summer of 2017 and doesn't envision that stopping any time soon.

Joelle Banks
Ms. ACM

Joelle Banks is a Computer Science major in her sophomore year. She graduated from North Mecklenburg High School with honors and continues to carry that into her college years. She is always looking to connect with people and make new friends. As the 2017-2018 Miss ACM at North Carolina A&T State University, her goal is to bring everyone together in ACM to positivelyimpact the school and the community.

Cheyanne Jackson
ACM-W President

Cheyanne is a Sophomore Computer Science student from Frederick, MD. During her free time she enjoys listening to music along with researching and learning about all and everything that she finds an interest in.

Kaila Billie
ACM-W Vice President

Kaila is a senior Computer Science student at North Carolina A&T from Jersey City, NJ. When Kaila is not doing work, she enjoys listening to music and singing. During the summer of 2017, she interned with Bank of America in Charlotte, NC.

Siobahn Day
SIGAI President

Siobahn Day is a Ph.D. student in the Computer Science department from Durham, NC. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, learning about new technologies, building websites, and serving the community. Currently, Siobahn Day is a researcher for the Center of Advanced Studies in Identity Science.

Jaekwon Smith
SIGCyber President

Jaekwon Smith, from Williamston, NC, and is a rising junior. In his free time Jaekwon likes to catch up on music and play games. He will be interning with New Relic during the summer of 2017.

Chris Cannon
SIGApp President

Chris Cannon is a senior Computer Engineering student from Matthews, NC. He has a specialization in automotive software engineering, has interned with Honda R&D Americas and helps lead the AuotDrive Challenge Team at A&T. He is also the Github Campus Expert at NCAT and is passionate about open source, source control, and collaborative software development

Upcoming Events

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Contact Us

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