The ACM Team

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Krithika Suresh

President

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Bharat Arimilli

Vice President

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Yorlynn Engmann

Director of HackUTD
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John Kahn

Director of ACM Labs

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Kelley Hoang

Director of Projects
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Tahir Aziz

Director of Marketing, Labs Director of Experience Design

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Shayan Monadjemi

Director of Industry
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Reena Suh

Director of Communications
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Naeem Shaikh

Director of Education, HackUTD Marketing Co-Coordinator
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John Cole

Faculty Sponsor
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Jerry Alexander

ECS Assistant Dean for Student Development
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Santhosh Paramasivan

HackUTD Industry Co-Coordinator

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Akhilesh Yarabarla

HackUTD Workshop Coordinator
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Donghwan An

HackUTD Experience Coordinator
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Andrew Chen

HackUTD Assistant Logistics Coordinator
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Jacob Liou

HackUTD Ceremonies Coordinator
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Gerard Geer

HackUTD Hardware Coordinator
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Takshak Desai

HackUTD Events Coordinator
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Jyh-Yih Yang

HackUTD Finance Coordinator
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Jack Zumwalt

HackUTD Industry Co-Coordinator
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Ben Awad

ACM Labs Director of Web Engineering
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Karan Shukla

Projects Co-Director
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Umair Ahmad

Projects Logistics Coordinator
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Pranjal Manchanda

Projects Finance Coordinator
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Tobi Oremade

Projects Curriculum Co-Coordinator
The History of the ACM

Third time's the charm.

ACM started at UT Dallas back in 1996, undergoing good times and bad, and restarting in 2004 before wrapping up in its second iteration around Fall 2012.

A freshman named Sumanth Nelluru started the Computer Science Student Association around this time, a small organization focused on mini coding competitions until taking over the then-defunct ACM to become the new ACM in Fall 2013.

Following this, ACM, led by Sumanth Nelluru (CS '16) and Grace Kaldawi (CS '15), expanded into social events and restarting its Industry Series events, hosting companies once again and running snack bars and LAN parties.

In the years after, ACM underwent an internal restructure and, led by Izuchukwu Elechi (SE '16), Michael Raibick (SE '15), and Tahir Aziz (SE '17), expanded its Industry Series events, with companies from Google to Twitter, as well as launching HackUTD, ACM Projects, ACM Operations, & ACM Labs.

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