(325) 674-2173 sitc@acu.edu

ACM SIGCHI

ACM SIGCHI Student Chapter

SIGCHI is the leading organization for students and professionals who are interested in the study of human-computer interaction. The ACU chapter of SIGCHI welcomes students who want to learn more about making usable technology. It also offers students the opportunity to conduct research in this field.
The ACU SIGCHI Chapter is sponsored by Professor James Prather.

 

 

DET Club

DET Club

DET Club

Digital Entertainment Technology Club  

The Digital Entertainment Technology (DET) Club welcomes students interested in learning more about video game development, film production, animation, or any other form of digital entertainment or digital media to expand their resources as they enter the film & game industries. For more information visit our DET blog. The ACU DET Club is sponsored by Dr. Brian Burton.

Projects and Activities

  • Project Minerva
  • ACU Virtual Campus
  • Virtual and Augmented Reality
  • Global Game Jam
  • Guest speakers

DET Club meets every Thursday

6:30 p.m. in MBB 316

FilmFest

FilmFest

Abilene Christian University’s FilmFest is a student film festival designed to give those interested in film production and the motion picture and entertainment industries a creative outlet at ACU and inroads into the industry through alumni and industry professionals that serve as judges for the event. If the film industry is something that interests you, this is a great way to start getting involved even while in college. To find out more about how technology and film intertwine learn about our Digital Entertainment Technology Degree.

Security Club

Security Club

Security Club

About Security Club

Security Club is devoted to all areas of Cybersecurity. This group meets weekly to discuss challenges in information security, opportunities for advanced study, and national issues impacting cybersecurity.

This club is largely self-directed, with Dr. Rob Byrd currently serving as sponsor.

Projects and Activities

  • TexSAW Conference
  • Capture the flag competitions
  • Guest speakers
  • Research opportunities

Security Club meets every Monday

6:00 in MBB 314

SITC Research Fellows

SITC Research Fellows

A great way to prepare for graduate school is to start being involved in research during your undergraduate years. Because of the smaller size of our programs and our emphasis on undergraduate education, our students are able to work on research side by side with their professors. This not only allows for students to have a job on campus but also obtain research experience prior to their graduate school years. If you would like more information on available SITC Research Fellows positions, please email: sitc@acu.edu