Computers and Society Volume 50 Number 2 Fall 2021 Edition Now Available

Computers and Society Volume 50 Number 2 Fall 2021 Edition Now Available

Vol. 50, No. 2, Fall, 2021 is now available from the Computers and Society page (click above or on the image to the left).

Checkout New Works In Progress Page

Checkout New Works In Progress Page

Missed that email about when the SIGAS Works in Progress (WIP)was happening. Have no fear, you can now find the SIGCAS’ monthly WIP meeting dates and topics on the events page of the website. Just navigate to the events tab and click on WIP for the listings.

Registration Now Open: 2022 CSG-Ed SIGCSE Affiliate Event

Registration Now Open: 2022 CSG-Ed SIGCSE Affiliate Event

Dream Big: Addressing Computing for the Social Good in the Computing Curricula We are pleased to invite you to our annual Computing for the Social Good in Education (CSG-Ed) event, which will take place Wednesday March 2, 2022, as part of the 53rd ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE). Date: March 2, 2022. […]

Outstanding Service Award (2021)–Barbara Boucher Owens

Outstanding Service Award (2021)–Barbara Boucher Owens

Barbara Boucher Owens retired in 2012 from the Computer Science Department at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. She has been in the computing field since 1967 when she worked at IBM Research in Yorktown Heights, NY and later in San Jose, California, in the area of Computer Assisted Instruction. She began her teaching career in […]


ACM SIGCAS Tweets

Shoutout to all my communities that coalesced on this platform to celebrate me in my previous tweet. I feel special and I look forward to what’s next. I will reach out to everyone who reached out to me. https://t.co/m4ymvdBrsA

Imminent! Moshe Vardi's VardiFest Lecture: How to be an Ethical Computer Scientist. https://t.co/fny6vvUhIO @IEEESSIT @iethics @doctorow #Ethics #SocialResponsibility @vardi

Mary Jackson was @NASA's first black female engineer! After 34 years, Jackson had earned the most senior engineering title available, then went on to influence the hiring and promotion of women in NASA's science, engineering, and mathematics careers. #RoleModelsinCS

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