I spent three years on the exec board of the Association for Computing Machinery student chapter at the University of Cincinnati, including two as president. These posts involve my actions on the exec board, including our hackathon, RevolutionUC.
RevolutionUC Spring 2017
The spring 2017 RevolutionUC was a great success! On the 8th and 9th of April 276 hackers and over a dozen mentors came together to build some really cool projects. As the official director, this time I worked to build upon the success of the fall 2016 RevolutionUC and to
RevolutionUC Fall 2016
My past few weeks have been consumed preparing for and running RevolutionUC. RevolutionUC is the University of Cincinnati's student run, MLH partnered hackathon. A hackathon is a competition/learning event where university and high school students come together to 'hack' projects together. What this really means is creating cool and
On Thursday, August 25th, I led ACM's first general body meeting of the 2016 semester. ACM@UC, UC's student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery, is the club that acts as a catch all for the computer science students, to grow both technically and professionally. The Thursday meeting was