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Computer Science & Electrical Engineering Student Societies

Enhance your learning experience at BYU-Idaho by joining a Computer Science or Electrical Engineering academic society. Discover leadership opportunities and a network of students who share your professional and academic interests.
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) brings together computing educators, researchers, and professionals to inspire dialogue, share resources, and address industry challenges.

ACM offers strong leadership, high standards, and recognition of technical excellence by promoting life-long learning, career development, and professional networking.
Founded in 1950, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), is a non-profit educational and service organization that seeks to promote engineering as a fulfilling career aspiration for women. 

SWE empowers women to succeed and receive recognition for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers.

Contact Kristi Hansen for more information on SWE.
Fine tune your skills in the art of electronic communications. The Amateur Radio Student Society builds connections to help it's members to fulfill future roles and duties throughout their lives and within the Church.
IEEE is the world's largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation for the benefit of humanity. 

IEEE and its members inspire a global community through cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.

Students who join IEEE can network with industry professionals, collaborate with peers, gain access to the latest research, and benefit from member discounts.
The Society for Artificial Intelligence (SAI) introduces students to what A.I. and its impact on our world. Regardless of your experience with computers or programming, all BYU-I students are welcome to come and collaborate with us and become more familiar with this exciting field.

We have worked on several A.I. projects as a Society, including game development, robotics, natural language processing, and machine learning.
The Association for Computing Machinery Women (ACM-W) is a professional organization that is dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in the field of computing. While the organization's primary focus is on supporting and empowering women in computing, ACM-W welcomes members of all genders to join and contribute to its mission.
Tau Beta Pi is a national honor society for engineering majors. Tau Beta Pi installed the Idaho Delta chapter here at BYU-Idaho in March 2017, but the chapter operated previously and independently for over three years as Tau Beta Delta. Now that Tau Beta Delta is an official chapter of the national honor society, student members are eligible for various scholarship opportunities. Admittance to the society is by invitation only, but students may contact the President to understand the academic and personal standards necessary to be invited.