We are a student-led community of individuals studying or interested in Computer Science at the University of Vermont. The club is currently run by Nate Fogg, Danielle Stone, Alex Friedrichsen, and Mason Paterson. Founded in 2010 by Anthony Sweet, Mark Cooper, and Beau Camerom, we advocate and promote Computer Science at UVM and in the greater Burlington community. We provide a space for students to further their knowledge and skills in CS related concepts and applications. Our room is located in Innovation E327 during scheduled club time. During Fall 2019, this is from 5pm onward on Wednesdays unless otherwise directed through club emails.
The CS Crew strives to unify the computer science student body. We host student led workshops, guided project nights, talks from professors and the community, and recruitment opportunities. Furthermore, the CS Crew is a part of the brand new STEM club space group, where students can hang out, collaborate, and work on homework.
CS Crew also functions as a bridge between CS students and faculty. We host an eclectic bunch of students who are prone to push each other in computer science, academics, and life. All UVM students are universally welcome in this space regardless of major or computer science knowledge. We strive for an inclusive environment in all aspects.
Connect with current students and alumni!
Get job intel through CS Crew members!
Receive CS department awards for activity in the student body!
Make long term friends through this very club!
Here is our calendar of important events and times. As noted above in Fall 2019 we have meetings every Wednesday at 5pm, with variable length - typically an hour - in Innovaiton E327. Check back frequently to see what's coming up!
We encourage you to join our Slack to communicate with peers and members. Our facebook page is another method of viewing our information. Questions about the club, events, involvement - you name it - send us an email with the button above, or use our email below!