Students Clubs

SWiC Club

The Supporting Women in Computing (SWiC) Club aims to promote women, break down gender barriers, and help expand women’s knowledge and experience in the field of computing in a collegial, casual, and fun atmosphere. SWiC organizes and co-hosts on campus hackathons, competitions, and speaker events as well as off campus field trips to women centric conferences and events throughout the year.

SWiC is great place to share ideas, learn about trending topics in computing, meet and socialize with fellow students and faculty and is open to all genders. 

Contact Email: swic@farmingdale.edu

https://farmingdale.campuslabs.com/engage/organization/swic

SWIC Club logo, a laptop surrounded by users' icons.

The following is the list of advisors and officers of the Supporting Women in Computing Club: 

  • Ilknur Aydin - Co-Advisor
  • Mary Villani - Co-Advisor
  • Sindhu Padaga - Co-President 
  • Safia Khursheed - Co-President
  • Maria Jurado - Vice President
  • Simrah Malik - Secretary
  • Salma Abdeltawab - Treasurer

SWiC in Spring 2021

SWiC club meetings are held virtually on Google Meets every Tuesday at 11 AM- 12 PM, and occasionally on Thursday at 11-12 PM. 

Go to the SWiC RamCentral page and sign in to view the meeting schedule and future events.

SWiC Past Officer and Advisors 

Virtual Meeting Link: https://meet.google.com/crh-msvk-qhu

Computer Technology Club

The purpose of the Farmingdale Technology Club is as follows:

  • To develop a better understanding of the nature and functions of the current and future technologies.
  • To study the computer hardware equipment related to Computer Engineering.
  • To study the computer software and languages including and not limited to Java/JavaScript, C#/C++, HTML/ XML, Data Base (Access, Visio, SQL server), Networking, Security.
  • To supply the members with information on the most current methods, and assist them in solving their individual problems.
  • To create professional networks between students in common Computer Systems major/minor and Engineering interests.
  • Be able to travel and meet software/hardware designers and companies to Technology-based conventions throughout the country.

Computer Tech Constitution and Bylaws

The Computer Tech Club meets on the following days:

  • Thursdays 11 am - 12 pm

Members

  • Dr. Samir Hamada - Faculty/Staff Advisor
  • Phillip C. Guerrero - President
  • Julian Hecker - Vice President
  • Sindhu Padaga - Secretary
  • Brett Hirschberger - Treasurer
  • Joshua Obogbaimhe - SGA representative

More information About Clubs

COMPUTER SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT

Whitman Hall, Room 112
934-420-2190
cpis@farmingdale.edu
Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm

Email

Jill O'Sullivan
Chair

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Russell Esposito
Internship Coordinator

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Denise Backman
Administrative Assistant 1

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Kathy Kollar
Instructional Support Specialist

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Samir Hamada
Computer Systems Content Manager

Last Modified 5/12/21