(10/17/2007) Our website is up and running. Wohoo!

(10/20/2007) Landing at NASA:
We are organizing a trip to Langley Research Center for ACM local chapter members. Trip specifics pending on permissions. Date to be determined (Coming Soon!) Please see

For event details and questions, contact Erin Connors at emconn (at) cs (dot) wm (dot) edu.

(10/27/2007) Snapshots at NASA:

(10/29) Some pictures from ACM programming contest:

(11/07/2007) Battles in the Cyber World - Cyber Security Week at Polytechnic University - Take Part and Win Prizes!
CSAW 2007 is a a series of competitions open to students currently enrolled in a University, College or a High School in the United States. CSAW 2007 consists of the following competitions:
1) Capture the Flag 2) Cyber Security Quiz 3) Digital Forensics Challenge 4) Essay Contest 5) Awareness Poster Design Contest 6) Research Poster Presentation Contest 7) Pitney Bowes E-Voting Security Challenge 8) Hardware Design Challenge
Competitions will be held in the month of November. Students can take part remotely. Finalists in each competition will be provided scholarship for travel costs to attend Award Ceremony on December 4th.
Prizes for each event - 500, 250 and 100 dollars for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places respectively. Bonus prizes for best undergraduate and high school entries. Many other prizes including IPod Touch, IPod Nano etc.
Details, logistics, rules and REGISTER AT
Sponsors include: Pitney Bowes, Mitre, Microsoft, NikSun, BAE Systems, CitiBank, IGX Global, AInfoSec, Cyber Diligence, OWASP, InterDigital, Avaya Labs, and more to be announced soon!
Questions can be emailed to

(11/06/2007) ACM Job Preparation Workshop. ============================================
ACM event with Career Services involving resume writing, interviewing techniques, etc (in other words: tips and tricks to getting a job).
Questions can be emailed to .

(09/06/2008) Deloitte Consulting Panel Discussion W&M ACM Student Chapter Presentation ============================================
What is IT Consulting?
Learn more about this career option at a panel discussion hosted by Deloitte Consulting.
If solving complex, strategic business problems while working in a collaborative environment sounds like a good career option, Information Technology Consulting may be for you. In the Federal government arena, solving these problems is critical to national security and the public welfare,
A career in Federal IT Consulting means an opportunity to work on the nation's pressing issues while helping the government serve the 21st century citizen.
Deloitte Consulting and a representative from the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), one of Deloitte's clients, will be the guest speakers at the W&M ACM meeting on Friday, September 26 in Room 020 of McGlothlin-Street Hall. The event will begin with a Consulting 101 overview, and discussion of consulting as a career, followed by a panel session with Deloitte Consulting representatives.
Last year BusinessWeek named Deloitte as the #1 U.S. company to launch a career. Come see if a career in consulting is for you!
Deloitte Consulting Panel Discussion W&M ACM Student Chapter Presentation Friday, September 26, 3-5 PM McGlothlin Street Hall - Room 020
Food and refreshments will be provided!

Please contact Debbie Noonan, W&M ACM Faculty Advisor, at with any questions you may have.