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Get Involved

Student Organizations

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Initialize (formerly the CSE Ambassadors) is a group dedicated to using computing skills to give back to the Lincoln community. This club’s activities include mentoring Girl Scouts at coding camps, teaching robotics concepts to Lincoln middle schoolers, and building new software for local nonprofits.

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Computing for All

Computing for All is the university’s chapter of ACM-W, an organization committed to advocating for women in the tech industry. Our chapter has expanded its efforts to include promoting diversity of all kinds, and welcomes anyone and everyone into our computing community.

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Student Advisory Board

The Computer Science and Engineering Student Advisory Board is committed to helping our department improve and making student voices heard by faculty, staff and leaders. Join this group to plan events and panel discussions once per semester.

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Game Development Club

The Game Development Club is for aspiring video game creators and enthusiasts. The group develops ongoing team projects, competes in game development competitions, and hosts speakers from the video game industry.

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The Operating Systems and Open Source Group is a support network focused on the use and development of Open Source and Free Software. This group meets regularly to discuss and present on topics related OSS and FOSS, as well as computing security, networking and system administration.

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The student-led Nebraska chapter of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is devoted to bringing about a sense of fellowship among electrical and computer engineers. They work to organize extracurricular activities, hosting company representatives for future job information and networking, and presenting awards and honors at an end-of-year banquet.

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Society of Women Engineers

The Society of Women Engineers aims to stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, to expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and to demonstrate the value of diversity.

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Our chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery sponsors presentations by industry representatives, conducts programming contests, organizes social events, and elects representatives to active roles in the department.