Student Organizations

The University of Cincinnati encourages students to actively participate in extracurricular activities around campus.

Currently, there are over 250 student groups registered with the university. These organizations focus on a variety of topics such as academics, athletics, creative arts, cultural and ethnic issues, politics and professional development. Whether it’s playing on one of UC’s nationally ranked sports teams or broadcasting from UC’s Bearcast radio station, students have many opportunities to get involved.  To view an updated list of groups, please visit the Student Activities and Leadership webpage.

Information Technology Student Association

The purpose of the Information Technology Student Association (ITSA) is to build networking among students interested in information technology, promote currency in technology trends, increase awareness of technology, encourage involvement and leadership in the department and profession, and provide service to the department and community.

President: Dev Agrawal agrawadv@mail.uc.edu
Vice President: Lina Kaval kavalla@mail.uc.edu
Secretary: Ethan Li lity@mail.uc.edu
Treasure: Joe Pomeroy pomerojm@mail.uc.edu
Meetings Chair: Amel Osman osmanal@mail.uc.edu
Marketing Chair: Dikshya Thapa thapada@mail.uc.edu
Web Chair: Aniketh Singh singh4a6@mail.uc.edu
Faculty Advisor: Ryan Moore moorern@ucmail.uc.edu

Women in CyberSecurity

The mission of the WiCyS UC Student Chapter is to build a community within the University of Cincinnati that promotes women’s education, participation, and leadership in the field of cybersecurity. 

President: Sylvia Azumah azumahsw@mail.uc.edu
Vice President: Anna Sciarretti sciarram@mail.uc.edu
Secretary: Christine Bourgholtzer bourghce@mail.uc.edu
Treasurer: Thelma Okafor okafortk@mail.uc.edu
Communications Chair: Bre King king3ba@mail.uc.edu
Events Chair: Abbi Paxton paxtonaf@mail.uc.edu
Faculty Advisor: Rebekah Michael michaerm@ucmail.uc.edu

Women in Information Technology

The mission of Women in Information Technology (WIT) is to provide leadership development, networking, professional development and community service opportunities to Women in the Information Technology program at University of Cincinnati.

Co-Presidents: Liz Temblay tremblea@mail.uc.edu and Lina Kaval kavalla@mail.uc.edu
Treasurer: Erin Byerly byerlyee@mail.uc.edu
Communications Chair: Anna Francesca Suba subaap@mail.uc.edu
Events Chair: Teresa Hawk hawktm@mail.uc.edu
Webmaster: Mariah Mendez mendezmh@mail.uc.edu

Faculty Advisor: Annu Prabhakar prabhaab@ucmail.uc.edu