Aloha! I’m AJ Cabanatuan, the ACM President. I’ve been with the club since becoming a junior officer in Fall 2014. I’m a senior in Computer Science with interests in software engineering, android development, and business. I’m also an Engineering Ambassador for K-State and a member of the Mobile Development Club. I currently intern with CivicPlus developing .NET web applications, and work part-time as a mobile developer for K-State Veterinary Medicine. On my free time I enjoy playing video games, watching K-State or Chiefs football, and going bowling.
Hello! I’m Alex Todd, the ACM Vice President and webmaster for the Mobile Development Club. I'm a junior in Computer Science and enjoy web development, playing video games, and flying my drone.
Hey there! My name is Haley Canfield and I am currently the ACM Secretary. I transferred from Butler Community College this last fall and have two more years here at KSU. I was a Software Development Intern this last summer at Cobham and plan on gaining more experience there this summer. Five years ago I would have never thought I'd be getting a Bachelor's in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics, but now I couldn't imagine doing anything else!
Kevin is a junior in Computer Science. He holds an Associate Degree in Police Science and is in the Marine Corp Reserves. Kevin has been with ACM since transferring to KSU in Spring 2014 filling the position of Junior Officer (Spring 2014), Open House Chair (2015 school year), and currently ACM’s Treasurer. In his free time he can be found studying random Computer Science topics, playing video games, watching TV shows or sports (GO Chiefs, Ram’s, and Sporting KC!!!), and if not doing any of that he is normally at a local coffee shop.
I am Joy Hauser and I am the current Open House Chair for ACM. I am also the President of ACM-W and involved with several other student organizations. While I enjoy many of the areas in computer science, my interests are focused in cyber security and artificial intelligence. I have had internships at Garmin International and Softek Solutions Inc. In my free time, I like to play games on Steam or hanging out with friends. If you ever need to find me, I will most likely be in a coffee shop or DUE 1118.
Hi! I'm Kyle Eisenbarger, webmaster for ACM. I'm majoring in Information Systems. I enjoy anything to do with technology. Lately my interests have included 3D printing, building and parting out computers, playing video games, and much more!
Hi I'm Clay Boley, and I currently hold the record for longest hold out for writing a bio. Also I'm the ACM Event Chair, and before that I was a Junior Officer. Before attending Kansas State, I was involved in 4-H and FFA while also working on my family's farm. My freshman year I majored in general engineering before transferring to computer science. In my spare time I enjoy playing video games, listening to music, cooking, and going for walks.
Hi! I'm William Carter, Industry Liaison for ACM. I am a freshman majoring in Computer Science/Pre Law. My interest are in cyber security, intellectual property law and government policy. I am president and founder of International Relations Club at K-State. Outside of school, I love running, video games, K-State football and playing basketball. While waiting for House of Cards to return, my latest obsession has been Westworld. I look forward to learning more about computer science and working with ACM in the coming years!
Hi I’m James and I am the Senior Chair of KSU ACM and KSU eSports. I am a Senior in Computer Science and I have a passion for making and playing video games. In March/April of 2015, I participated in the Heroes of the Dorm tournament representing Kansas State and making it to the round of 16 and playing on ESPN with professionals casting our match live. I have worked for K-State as an ASP .NET developer as well as completed a summer internship with Beyond the Scores as a Software Engineer. I also love to watch football, and you can find me at every K-State home game.
Howdy! I’m Russ Feldhausen, and I’m one of the Faculty Advisors for the K-State ACM chapter. I received a B.S. in Computer Science from K-State in 2008 and am working on my M.S. in Computer Science at K-State as well. Currently I am an instructor and academic advisor in the CIS department, and I mainly teach the CIS 115: Introduction to Computing Science class as well as a couple of classes on system administration and help with open house. I’ve been involved in ACM at K-State since its rebirth in the mid 2000’s, and am very excited to advise the group whenever needed.