Our chapter constitution tells us that we should have elections the first week in December. Unfortunately, we have a slightly unusual situation. Before this last semester, the ACM chapter was dead. None of the staff had any idea of what was going on, and most students were unaware of its existence.
From what I understand, each year a new faculty adviser is appointed. Because of this change, I was actually able to get somewhere. Quite conveniently, Dr. Woodfield was actually interested in there being an active chapter. He had asked Kendell Clement to help out when I tracked him down. Kendell, Scott Ruoti and I got most things in order. We set up gaming nights and seminars, went to the ACM ICPC, and set up some chapter programming competitions.