Acturial Science Club

The inaugural Lewis University Actuarial Science Club welcomes all students who have any interest in learning more about pursuing a career as an actuary and/or passing the actuarial exams. We plan to have guest speakers who work in the profession and hold meetings in which we practice the material covered on the first two actuarial exams (Probability and Financial Mathematics). Any interested students should contact Dr. Stephenson ( or the club president, Joseph Drozek ( All are welcome to join!

ACM Student Chapter

ACM brings together computing educators, researchers, and professionals to inspire dialogue, share resources, and address the field's challenges. ACM supports the professional growth of its members by providing opportunities for lifeā€long learning, career development, and professional networking. Student Chapters provide unique opportunities for networking, mentoring and bonding over common interests. They provide support both within the student community and to local communities outside the institution. If you are interested in joining the Lewis student chapter, contact Dr. Lewis (

ACM-W Student Chapter

ACM-W supports, celebrates, and for women in computing. The Lewis ACM-W Chapter hosts events such as tech-talks, hackathons and supports networking opportunities. To join or for more information, email chapter president Jocelyn Murray ( ) Dr. Howard (

Cyber Defense Club

In the student-run Lewis Cyber Defense club, you can learn real-world computer security skills from your peers in a fun team-oriented environment, work hands-on with server and network hardware, and go for glory in regional and national Cyber Defense Competitions. Contact Dr. Jason Perry ( ) for information about meeting times and joining the club Discord server.


The Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (DataSAIL) is a group of faculty members and students, who are interested in all aspects of data science (DS) and artificial intelligence (AI). We usually work on projects related to these fields, many of which involve machine learning and the use of high-performance computing. We also discuss different technologies and issues in the world of DS and AI, as well as invite guest speakers to talk about current topics. We welcome students at all levels to participate in the meetings and be involved in the projects. This semester (Spring 2021), we will meet virtually using Zoom at 2:30pm each Friday using this link:

Esports Club

Lewis University has both a casual and competitive eSports club. More information is available on the website ( or by emailing Dr. Dominiak (

Lewis University IEEE Student Branch

IEEE (Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers) is the largest technical organization in the world, with members from a wide range of technology industries related to computing and engineering, including all areas of hardware and software. As a member of the IEEE Student Branch, you can meet and learn from fellow Lewis IEEE student members, as well as engage with professional IEEE members as part of a worldwide network through numerous activities hosted by the IEEE Chicago Section professional branch (see An active IEEE Student Branch membership can be one of the most positive elements of your academic career, offering programs, activities, and professional networking opportunities that build critical skills outside of the classroom. To receive information about branch activities, please join the mailing list at or email the student leader, Mariana Hernandez ( or the faculty mentor, Dr. Gina Martinez (


The ISACA-Lewis University Student Organization is dedicated to providing student members greater career insight and networking opportunities in the areas of Cybersecurity, information systems, information security risk optimization, IT audit and governance and compliance of computing systems. The organization is recognized by ISACA International and supported by the local ISACA Chicago chapter

Math Club

Come play with some cool math with classmates who share your interest. Join the Lewis Math Club for fun activities that promote the beauty and fun of math! Past Math Club events include volleyball cookout, calc competition, volunteering, board/card games, scavenger hunts, math video watching, and much more. Everyone (majors and non-majors) with an interest in mathematics is welcome to attend! Look out for our upcoming events this semester: team practice for the calculus competition, the ACCA math talks by distinguished mathematicians, and our first event of the semester where we will explore Logic Games. If you are interested in future Math Club emails, please fill out this quick survey: Survey Link.

Math Research Club

Interested in working with other students and faculty on math research projects involving sports analytics, disease modeling, graph theory, data analytics, and more? Participating in research is a great way to boost your resume and help you get into future research projects and internships. If you are interested in participating in this group or have questions about this group, please email Dr. Harsy at

Upsilon Pi Epsilon

Upsilon Pi Epsilon, or UPE, is the International Honor Society for the Computing and Information Disciplines. Junior and senior undergraduates with a GPA of 3.5 or higher and who are in the top 35% of their class, and graduate students who have completed at least 15 credit hours with a GPA of 3.75 or higher and who are in the top 35% of their class, are invited each April to join. Joining UPE requires a $60 fee. In return, you gain access to scholarships and awards, a free student membership to ACM, and have the distinction of being recognized as a leading student in your field. Dr. Klump will send invitations by email in April.