Association for Computing Machinery
Cyber@UCR is UCR's one stop shop for all things security related. From physical security, like lock picking and getting out of handcuffs to cyber security, attacking and defense of computer networks. We focus on competitions, practices, and workshops to educate students on everything security related. No experience necessary, everyone is welcome to compete! Happy hacking!
Women in Computing
Our goal is to build a community of women programmers and provide a safe and empowering place for students to express themselves. We celebrate all programmers at UCR and encourage them to grow as students and future leaders in the computing fields. WinC is open to anyone: whether you're just looking to start coding or you have had multiple years in the industry, we'd love to have you!
We create video games and hone our skills in the interdisciplinary field of game development, including programming, art, design, writing, and music. We focus on providing a place people to develop both their experience and connections in order to get into the game industry with game jams, workshops, and talks from industry members.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
We strive to provide engineers with technical, social, and professional development in the engineering field. We aim to be the leading engineering organization on campus, providing more opportunities for student improvement outside the classroom. We are committed in providing engineers with career enhancement, engineering social events, and growth in their respective professions through projects.
Citrus Hack is one of Southern California’s largest 36-hour hackathons. Citrus Hack’s goal is to enable students of all disciplines to practice their entrepreneurial muscle to revolutionize the world through technology.
Rose Hack is UC Riverside’s women-centric hackathon, founded by the female leaders of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM-W) and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Rose Hack’s mission is to encourage individuals from underrepresented groups in STEM to create a strong network together and build an amazing project through their shared passions in Science and Technology. Come for a lively weekend of innovation, face masks, discovering and creating new technology, networking, mentorship, and much more!
Cutie Hack is a virtual 12-hour, beginner-oriented hackathon hosted by students at the University of California, Riverside. Hackers are challenged with creating a cool project within the timeframe to demo in order to win awesome prizes. Cutie Hack will also be hosting informative workshops, fun games, and industry networking. While this hackathon is created around beginners, we welcome anyone from any high school or college no matter your experience level. Come on out and see what you can make!