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Department of Computer Science

Clubs and Organizations


Below is a summary of the active clubs at the Department of Computer Science. If you don't see a club that interest you contact Cara Brun, she can help you start one. 

 

Association of Computing Machinery

ACM meets on Wednesdays from 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM in MSCS 203W. These meetings can range from tech talks from students to company presentations, and even social nights. ACM also hosts a programming competition each semester with prizes such as computer monitors and Amazon Echos. You can find our meeting notes here. For more information, please contact the officer team at acm-officers@cs.okstate.edu.

 

Video Game Developers Club: 

VGDC meets on Thursdays. No experience is required and levels of experience welcome. Share resources and learn about various techniques employed in developing video games and to how implement them effectively in group projects. This includes user interface tutorials, using Unity and unreal development engines, theory and game design.

 

International Student Organization

The International Student Organization (iSo) is the umbrella organization for 20 area clubs that represent 20 cultures from around the world. We are open to all international students attending Oklahoma State University or any American students. We also represent more than 1700 international students and scholars from more than 100 countries around the world. We hold approximately 8 events throughout the year that we encourage not only the international community at OSU to attend, but all students, staff, and faculty, as well as the Stillwater community.

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