Are you interested in getting involved with the CS community? Are you looking to collaborate with other CS organizations? Here is a list of student organizations (in alphabetical order) that are active in 2020 - 2021. If you would your Computer Science related organization listed on this page, please complete this form.
- Join the email@example.com listerv to get emails about events and job solicitations
- Undergraduate event calendar
Catalyst is Duke’s premier social and pre-professional tech organization established in 2016. As a bunch of tech enthusiasts, we are a tight-knit group whose members are there for each other whether it’s career advice or emotional support. We are founded on four pillars: mentorship, community, innovation, and outreach. Our mission is to help members realize their potential and grow their talents as we all explore the technological possibilities that await in the world. Website|Facebook Page|Instagram@dukecatalyst
Interested in joining? There is a rush process in the Fall and Spring.
Computer Science Student Union
The CS Student Union (CSSU) is the official Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) student chapter at Duke. Any CS major, minor, or affiliate is invited to participate in CSSU events. Some of our events include distinguished speakers, social events, graduate and internship panels, and winter break workshops. We are always interested in having students provide ideas for our events, or be a part of the planning team. Facebook Group
Interested in joining? Events are open to all; send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be on exec and help plan events.
Design@Duke started in the summer of 2020 from a late-night thought about how to bring design to Duke and grew over countless conversations between the co-founders, the founding team, and with Duke students & faculties who are passionate about design. The mission of Design@Duke is to build an inclusive design community for Duke students, raise awareness for design at Duke, and serve as a resource hub for students interested in design and related fields. Design@Duke seeks to accomplish this mission by hosting professional workshops and events, fostering student-student/student-faculty/student-alumni networks and mentorships, and providing design resources in the form of website, newsletter, and educational materials. Facebook Page.
We are the Google Developer Student Club (Google DSC) at Duke University. We're excited to work with you this year to fulfill our mission of connecting, learning and most importantly, building a collaborative culture of student developers at Duke! Consider joining the group (No experience required) so you get access to our newsletters and also get notified of planned events! We have a lot of great programs this academic year and we would love you to be a part of it! Website
Interested in joining? Sign up to join on the Google DSC website!
DTech is an organization that empowers the next generation of diverse leaders in tech! We've grown to 400+ computer science, engineering and statistics students from groups underrepresented in computing. Members have access to mentorship, recruiting resources, company relationships, and most importantly, a supportive and inclusive community! Website| Facebook Group
Interested in joining? Member applications are open Sept/Oct and again in Jan/Feb.
The Duke Actuarial Society (DAS) is a student-run pre-professional organization that aims to empower Duke students interested in pursuing a career in actuarial science and risk management. DAS seeks to create and empower an actuarial community at Duke through student-led forums, annual speaker series, skill-building workshops, networking events and job-shadow days with outstanding industry professionals, participation in financial risk management case competitions and exam preparation.
DAS is a community grounded in education, diversity, and mentorship that strives to guide the personal and professional development of Duke students and prepare them for the diverse career opportunities awaiting them at the crossroads of statistics, economics, mathematics, and computer science. Website|LinkedIn
Interested in joining? DAS has applications at the start of the Fall and the Spring semesters.
Duke Applied Machine Learning Group (DAML) is the easiest way to get involved with meaningful technical projects and part-time tech internships during your time at Duke.
DAML is a group of undergraduate and graduate students who work on real-world technical projects sponsored by startups, large companies, non-profits, student founders, and more. We run projects under 4 main divisions: Data Science/Machine Learning, Software Engineering, Hardware Engineering, and Product Management. If you’re willing to learn, we’d love to have you, meaning that anyone who wants to get involved can get involved! For those who are new to tech, we offer a comprehensive onboarding process and substantial educational resources to prepare you to contribute to real-world projects, and for those with previous experience, we have an expedited onboarding process so you can join a team as soon as possible! Once you are onboarded, you’ll have the opportunity to work on client-facing projects that align with your interests, goals, and experience level. Website|LinkedIn
BOW is a professional and social community of female undergraduates and alumnae of Duke University. We promote education, experience, and exchange between interested students and outstanding industry professionals. We aim to cultivate leadership and talent in our outstanding members to prepare them to become leaders in business. Website|Facebook Page|Twitter@dukebow|Instagram@duke.b.o.w
Interested in joining? We have both Fall and Spring Application Cycles for prospective new members.
Duke Cyber members explore the implications of 21st century technology through events and educational programming focused on cutting-edge cyber topics. We empower our members professionally and academically through interactions with cyber experts from industry, academia, think tanks, and government about cyber topics that cross economic, social, and national security domains. We are the proud home of Duke’s competitive Cyber Policy and Cybersecurity Teams.
The Duke Robotics Club is a student-run organization in the Pratt School of Engineering. Our mission is to provide Duke undergraduate and graduate students a place to pursue their interest in robotics by working on high-impact, large-scale robotics projects and competitions, primarily in the realm of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs). No prior knowledge is necessary; we teach you everything you need to know. Website|Facebook Page|LinkedIn
Interested in joining? Just send an email to email@example.com
Duke Undergraduate Machine Learning hosts a Datathon and Machine Learning Day event every year! We also host an ML Bytes speaker series throughout the year where we bring people from academia and industry to talk about how they're utilizing ML and data science in their work. Website|Facebook Page
Interested in joining? We open applications every semester for our exec board. All of our events are open to the entire Duke student body!
Duke Women in Technology
Duke Women in Technology (WiT) is an undergraduate organization focused on supporting women and other underrepresented groups interested in any tech-related discipline. We host networking events, social events, professional workshops, and more! Facebook Page
Interested in joining? Just fill out this form
Females and Allies Excelling More in Math, Engineering, and Science (FEMMES+) is a student-run organization that hosts educational outreach programs related to math, science, and engineering for 4th to 12th grade students from the Durham community. Website|Facebook Page
Interested in joining? Simply sign up to be a volunteer for our programs!
HackDuke is the nation's largest hackathon for social good that is hosted around November each year. The mission of HackDuke is to improve meaningful student engagement with the intersection of tech, design, and social good. Website|Facebook Page | Twitter@hackduke | Instagram@hackduke
Interested in joining? The Fall hackathon is open to all. Planning committee positions are selected via applications early Spring semester.