Officers

Lauren Rainbolt

Lauren Rainbolt

President

Lauren is a junior majoring in Computer Science. She fell in love with programming after an intro to CS class at the US Air Force Academy. She’s looking forward to growing the ACM student chapter this year and helping other students become inspired by the computing field.

Adan Rutiaga

Adan Rutiaga

Vice President

Adan Rutiaga is a junior majoring in Computer Science. He loves helping others, something he achieves by leading weekly tutoring sessions with his peers. He also loves to make others laugh. During his free time he loves to watch movies and listen to music.

Luke Snyder

Luke Snyder

Secretary

Luke S. Snyder is a junior working diligently to receive a B.S. in Computer Science. He is originally from Little Rock, AR, where he developed a passionate desire for problem solving and mathematics. He is also a musician; he plays the french horn and piano. When not ruminating on the abysmal state of current politics, you can find him playing in the Razorback Marching Band. All in all, he is thrilled to serve you through ACM!

Alan Pinter

Alan Pinter

Treasurer

Alan is a pretty cool guy.

Josh Burbridge

Josh Burbridge

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Josh is a 2nd year PhD student in computer science and works in Dr. Gashler’s machine learning lab. His research interests include bioinformatics and neural networks. He is also the Parliamentarian of the Graduate Student Congress.
Zachary Johnson

Zachary Johnson

Hackathon Coordinator

Zachary Johnson is currently a Junior studying Computer Engineering at the University of Arkansas. He is originally from Bentonville, AR, and ever since he was young he’s been fascinated with computers. In high school, he took his first programming class and realized he had a passion for building computer programs. He loves thinking about the possibilities brought about by programming and how it can be used to improve the lives of everyone. In his free time, he also enjoys biking, hiking, writing, and the occasional soccer game.

Matthew Patitz

Matthew Patitz

Faculty Advisor

Matt is an assistant professor in the Computer Science and Computer Engineering Department.  He received his PhD in Computer Science from Iowa State University in 2010, and heads the Algorithmic Self-Assembly and Natural Computing research group. His research interests involve the development and study of nanoscale self-assembling systems, especially DNA-based molecular systems.

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