Undergraduate Life

 

Computing Lab

Computer science undergraduates have unlimited access (open 24 hours a day, seven days a week) state-of-the-art laboratories designed to allow them to work individually on homework assignments or as part of project teams. The collaboration laboratory in Malone 122 includes conference tables, Linux workstations, writable walls, projectors and three meeting rooms for group work.  The Malone G61 laboratory provides individual workstations. Other available equipment includes a printer, an electronic projector and a multitude of Internet ports and electrical outlets. Students are found round-the-clock in these great spaces. For IT and Computing Support, please visit the CS IT Support.

Student Groups

JHU Association of Computing Machinery ACM Student Chapter The Johns Hopkins Association for Computing Machinery is dedicated to furthering knowledge and advancement of computers and information technology through the free exchange of ideas and information.

Women in Computer Science
Women in Computer Science Women in Computer Science (WiCS) provides opportunities and resources for female computer science students. Events include speakers, dinners, and weekly “Coding Circles.”

UPE Honor Society Upsilon Pi Epsilon is the International Honor Society for Computing and Information Disciplines. UPE contributes to computer science as a discipline, as well as awards scholarships to outstanding graduating computer science students and those showing outstanding academic achievement.

HopHacks logo
HopHacks HopHacks is the student-run 36-hour hackathon that takes place every semester on campus. The organizing team runs all aspects of this event, from website development and registration through to sponsor and judges recruiting, and everything logistical in between. Participation in the event as a hacker and/or volunteer is expected before joining the organizing team. The team recruits new members each semester.

HopAI The Artificial Intelligence Society at Johns Hopkins strives to connect students and academics from different fields of study and levels of expertise who share a common interest and curiosity for Artificial Intelligence (AI). It provides a platform for this diverse community to educate one another about AI and to examine the present and future issues and impacts of AI from varying perspectives. Through multidisciplinary discussion and debate, HopAI encourages awareness of work in varying fields of study and creates an integrative network across Johns Hopkins University. The organization cultivates interdisciplinary conversation and collaboration that is crucial for innovation and success for students at the university.

Developer Student Club Developer Student Clubs (DSC) is a program presented by Google Developers. DSCs are university based community groups for students. Students from all undergraduate or graduate programs with an interest in growing as a developer are welcome. By joining a DSC, students grow their knowledge in a peer-to-peer learning environment and build solutions for local businesses and their community.

Computer-Integrated Surgery Student Research Society CISSRS was founded in the March of 1998 in response to a growing need for educational support and student involvement in computer integrated surgery. This student run society was created to provide a bridge between professionals and students, and to realize the interests of students.

More Engineering Student Groups The Homewood Campus is brimming with opportunities for students to get involved, explore new interests, and have fun. We guarantee you’ll find something that suits your interests!

 

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