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Dream Big: Addressing Computing for the Social Good in the Computing Curricula SIGCSE 2022 Affiliate Event Date: March 2, 2022. A pre-SIGCSE Affiliated event! Time: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm EST  (half-day afternoon event) Place: Rhode Island Convention Center Omni Providence Hotel 1 W Exchange St, Providence, RI 02903 Ballroom 1+4 Fees: None. This event […]

CSG-Ed 2021 Mini-Symposium- Resources

Computing for the Social Good Resources Computing for the Social Good in Education (CSGEd) – is a community of like minded educators who strive to convey that learning about computing is a means for learning how to improve our world. Community Leaders: Mikey Goldweber: Xavier University Lisa Kaczmarczyk: Lisa Kaczmarczyk PhD Consulting, LLC & […]

CSG-Ed 2021 Mini-Symposium

Computing for the Social Good in Education Checkup: A Renewal on Why We Became Educations SIGCAS 2021 Mini-symposium Affiliate Event Date: March 10, 2021. A pre-SIGCSE Symposium event! Time: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm EST  (half-day afternoon event) Place: Virtual Event (link provided at registration) Fees: None. This event is sponsored by SIGCAS and is […]

Reflecting on the Role of Diversity in Computing and Society: A New Resources Page from CSG-ED

CSG-Ed Resources for Further Reflection on Diversity and its Role in Computing On May 25, 2020, George Floyd (a 46 year old black man) died while handcuffed and pinned to the ground by a white police officer, Derek Chauvin. The incident was recorded by a bystander and the video footage went viral. In the days […]

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We have a problem:

Global social inequity and environmental degradation are increasing.
Computer science education is not consistently or sufficiently using its ability to make a large positive social impact on these problems.

Our Vision:

All computing education programs, whether formal, informal, public or private sector based, integrate computing for social good (CSG) throughout their design and delivery.

Our Mission:

We will develop a network of computer science faculty who are currently integrating CSG into any of their classes and facilitate an ongoing conversation about how to increase the presence of CSG in computing education.

Our Goal:

Five years from now all students majoring in computing will have an experience using computing to better the world.

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Stay tuned for information coming soon about our planned activities…


Michael Goldweber
Xavier University

Lisa Kaczmarczyk
Lisa Kaczmarczyk PhD Consulting, LLC
& Harvey Mudd College