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CAC/ABET Approves Proposed Revisions to Criteria

July 15, 2016
After more than three years of work, numerous conferences, and several feedback surveys carried out by the CSAB-CAC Joint Criteria Committee, the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET has approved proposed revisions to the general ABET Criteria for Accrediting Computing Programs and to the program-specific criteria in the areas of computer science, information systems, and information technology, for which CSAB is the lead ABET member society. The CSAB Board of Directors endorsed the complete proposal just prior to the CAC meeting. The proposal will be recommended to ABET's Computing Area Delegation (CAD) in October. If the CAD approves the criteria proposal, it will be released for a formal public review and comment period. During that period, CSAB and ABET will actively solicit feedback on the proposal from the computing community, including ACM and the IEEE-Computer Society and their education boards, CSAB program evaluators and team chairs, and ABET-accredited computing programs. You can view the proposal at www.abet.org/blog/news/cac-proposes-criteria-3-and-5-revisions/. Be sure you are on our mailing list to receive updates on the proposal from CSAB.

CSAB Awards Presented

July 16, 2016
One outstanding volunteer was awarded the Fellow of CSAB on July 16 at the annual meeting of the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET. The CSAB Fellow Award is given in recognition of individuals who have given sustained, quality service to the computing profession and to computing education through the activities of CSAB.

  • Andrew Phillips, United States Naval Academy
    Phillips is currently Past President of CSAB and has been a CSAB program evaluator since 1997. From 2004-2009, he was a CSAB representative on ABET's Computing Accreditation Commission.  He currently serves as a CAC team chair, CSAB's PEV assignor, and Chair of CSAB's Nominating and Recurring Awards Committees. Phillips earned his Ph.D. in computer science at the University of Minnesota. He is the Academic Dean and Provost at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. As the Academic Dean and Provost, Phillips is the Academy’s senior civilian official, and is responsible for leadership and oversight of all academic matters, including both faculty and curriculum.

The members of the CSAB-CAC Joint Criteria Committee received Outstanding Contribution Awards for their significant work updating the ABET Criteria for Accrediting Computing Programs and the program criteria for CS, IS, and IT. The Outstanding Contribution Award is presented to CSAB volunteers with at least three years of sustained service who have made a significant positive impact on CSAB operations, computing accreditation, or computing education.

  • Allen Parrish, CSAB Committee Chair, United States Naval Academy
  • Edward Sobiesk, CAC Committee Chair, United States Military Academy
  • Jean Blair, CSAB, United States Military Academy
  • Andrew Borchers, CAC, Lipscomb University
  • Scott Murray, CAC, HCA Healthcare
  • Michael Oudshoorn, CSAB, Northwest Missouri State University
  • Rajendra Raj, CAC, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Srinivasan Ramaswamy, CAC, ABB, Inc.
  • Mark Sebern, CSAB, Milwaukee School of Engineering
  • Judith Solano, CSAB, University of North Florida
  • Mark Stockman, CSAB, University of Cincinnati
  • Stanley Thomas, CAC, Wake Forest University
  • Heikki Topi, CSAB, Bentley University

A special recognition award was presented to one of CSAB's longest serving volunteers:

  • Gordon "Don" Bailes of East Tennessee State University retires this summer from the CSAB ranks after 30 years of volunteer service, including as Chair of its Computing Science Accreditation Commission and President of its Board. Bailes was named a Fellow of CSAB in 2006. Please join CSAB in thanking Don Bailes for his many years of service to computing education and accreditation!

Harold Grossman Reappointed ABET Accreditation Council Chair

July 16, 2016
CSAB Vice President Harold Grossman has been reappointed as Chair of the ABET Accreditation Council. The council formulates and recommends accreditation policies and procedures to the ABET leadership. Its mission is to improve processes and promote uniformity across the ABET Accreditation Commissions. This will be Grossman's third term as Chair.

Stuart Zweben to Be Reappointed to the ABET Board of Delegates

July 15, 2016
The CSAB Board of Directors has voted unanimously to reappoint Stuart Zweben as one of its three representatives on the ABET Board of Delegates. Zweben is a past CSAB President and CAC Chair, a CSAB Fellow, an ABET Fellow, and a recipient of the Linton E. Grinter Distinguished Service Award, ABET's highest honor. He is also a Fellow of ACM and a past ACM President. In addition to Zweben, Kenneth Martin of the University of North Florida and Della Bonnette of the University of Louisiana, Lafayette, currently serve as CSAB's ABET Delegates.

Seeking New Evaluators in CS, IS, and IT: Application Deadline Extended through Jan. 10

January 5, 2016
CSAB is currently seeking program evaluators in computer science, information systems, and information technology. Program evaluators play a key role in the ABET accreditation process, and evaluator training provides participants with an in-depth understanding of that process from the inside out. This is an excellent learning opportunity for faculty managing program assessment and accreditation functions on campus. Visit http://csab.org/volunteer.html for qualifications and more information.

Computing Accreditation Workshop Date Announced

January 5, 2016
CSAB is holding a day-long Computing Accreditation Workshop on Saturday, April 16, following the 2016 ABET Symposium in Hollywood, FL. This workshop is for faculty and administrators in computing program areas (CS, IS, IT, and General Computing) who wish to learn the ins and outs of preparing for a Computing Accreditation Commission visit. Seating is limited. Registration will be available beginning Jan. 11: http://csab.org/workshops.html. 

2015-16 CSAB Officers Elected

October 18, 2015
At its annual meeting, the CSAB Board of Directors elected the following officers:

  • Pearl Y. Wang (IEEE-CS) - President - George Mason University
    Pearl is Associate Chair of Computer Science at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. She joined Mason in 1983 as a founding member of the Computer Science Department, after obtaining a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. At Mason, she is the director of two undergraduate degree programs in computer science and applied computer science. Wang has been an active participant in computing accreditation activities. She currently serves as an ABET CAC commissioner. In addition, Pearl is the co-author of a textbook and has published in numerous professional journals and conferences. Her research interests have included interconnection networks for massively parallel systems, parallel computational algebraic geometry, and the development of sequential and parallel algorithms for discrete combinatorial optimization problems. She has served on the editorial boards of professional journals, including the IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, and was guest editor of special issues of the European Journal of Operational Research.
  • Harold Grossman (ACM) - Vice President - Clemson University (ret.)
    Harold taught and researched at Clemson University for 35 years before retiring from the Computer Science Division in the School of Computing. He received his doctorate from Michigan University and joined the Computer Science Department as a founding member in 1978.  At Clemson, he held various positions within the department, such as director of the graduate and undergraduate programs, Interim Chair of the Computer Science Department, and Co-director of Test and Evaluation NETwork (TECNET), a 25-year Department of Defense-funded research program. Harold began his accreditation experience as a program evaluator for CSAB in 1988.  In 1992 he became a team chair for CSAC. He has served as an ABET team chair, commissioner, Executive Committee Member-at-large, PEV training support facilitator, and Chair of the Computing Accreditation Commission.  He is currently Chair of the CSAB Quality Assurance Committee and of the ABET Accreditation Council.
  • Allen Parrish (IEEE-CS) - Secretary/Treasurer - University of Alabama
    Allen is Professor of Computer Science, Associate Vice President for Research, and Director of the Center for Advanced Public Safety (CAPS) at the University of Alabama. CAPS is a 125-person R&D organization dedicated to information technology applications to public safety and transportation safety. While under Allen's direction, CAPS has been nationally recognized as a leader in public safety and traffic safety technology, and has originated a variety of new techniques to make law enforcement and traffic safety engineering more efficient and effective. Throughout his career and through his work with CAPS, Allen has obtained approximately 200 funded projects totaling approximately $100M from a variety of state and federal sponsors. He has published in approximately 100 refereed journals and conferences, and is internationally active in computer science education, having served as the Chair of the Computer Accreditation Commission of ABET, and continues to lead accreditation criteria development as Chair of the CSAB Criteria Committee and in work to professionalize computer security career paths through the development of rigorous educational standards to support those paths. Allen received a Ph.D. in computer and information science from The Ohio State University in 1990.

The full 2015-16 Board of Directors and appointed ABET Delegates can be found here.

CSAB Awards Presented

July 17, 2015
One outstanding volunteer was awarded the Fellow of CSAB on July 17 at the annual meeting of the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET. The CSAB Fellow Award is given in recognition of individuals who have given sustained, quality service to the computing profession and to computing education through the activities of CSAB.

  • David Cordes, University of Alabama
    David began his accreditation activities as a program evaluator for CSAB in 1997. In 2006, he became a CAC commission member, and in 2013, Chair of the commission. In addition to his service to CSAB and ABET, David has served a six-year term on the IEEE Computer Society's Educational Activities Board and also served on an IEEE-CS Task Force on Excellence in Undergraduate Education. David earned his Ph.D. from Louisiana State University. He is in his 28th year on the faculty at the University of Alabama, where he currently serves as the department chair of Computer Science and director of the Freshman Engineering Program.

Two individuals received Outstanding Contribution Awards. The Outstanding Contribution Award is presented to CSAB volunteers with at least three years of sustained service who have made a significant positive impact on CSAB operations, computing accreditation, or computing education.

  • Harry Reif, James Madison University
    For significant, sustained efforts to update and improve the Information Systems program criteria.
  • Heikki Topi, Bentley University
    For significant, sustained efforts to update and improve the Information Systems program criteria.

The 13 members of the CSAB-CAC Joint Criteria Committee received Certificates of Appreciation for their outstanding work toward updating the ABET Criteria for Accrediting Computing Programs:

  • Jean Blair, United States Military Academy
  • Richard Mathieu, James Mason University
  • Scott Murray, HCA Healthcare
  • Michael Oudshoorn, Wentworth Institute of Technology
  • Allen Parrish, University of Alabama
  • Rajendra Raj, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Srinivasan Ramaswamy, ABB, Inc.
  • Harry Reif, James Madison University
  • Edward Sobiesk, United States Military Academy
  • Judith Solano, University of North Florida
  • Mark Stockman, University of Cincinnati
  • Stanley Thomas, Wake Forest University
  • Heikki Topi, Bentley University

Thank You, Retiring ABET Commissioners

July 17, 2015
The following CSAB volunteers retired from the Computing Accreditation Commission this summer after serving the maximum number of consecutive terms:

  • William Dixon, Ernst & Young, LLP
  • Dick Gayler, Kennesaw State University
  • Stephen Jodis, Saint Vincent College
  • Kadathur Lakshmanan, SUNY Brockport
  • Lorraine Parker, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Stephen Seidman, Texas State University (ret.)
  • Stephanie Smullen, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
  • Neelam Soundarajan, The Ohio State University
  • Kim Tracy, Michigan Tech University
  • Mudasser Wyne, National University

Thank you for your many years of service to computing accreditation!

New CSAB Representative to the ABET Board of Delegates Named

July 17, 2015
In October, when ABET's new governance structure goes into effect, Kenneth Martin of the University of North Florida will begin a three-year term as ABET Delegate representing CSAB. Kenneth will join CSAB Delegates Della Bonnette of the University of Louisiana, Lafayette, and Stuart Zweben of The Ohio State University. David Kelly of InnovaSea Systems, Inc., has been elected by the Computing Delegation to serve on the new ABET Board of Directors.

Kenneth Martin is a Fellow of CSAB and has served as its President, as well as member or chair of nearly every committee. He also chaired the Computer Science Accreditation Commission of CSAB prior to its merger with ABET. Kenneth continues to serve as a visit team chair for the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, as well as a trainer of new program evaluators on Computer Science Program Criteria.

Don't Miss These SIGCSE Sessions

February 24, 2015
Computing accreditation will be the featured topic of two sessions at SIGCSE 2015:

Thursday, March 5, 6:30-7:20pm
Proposed ABET Computer Science Program Criteria and the CS2013 Curriculum
Authors: Michael Oudshoorn, Wentworth Institute of Technology; Stan Thomas, Wake Forest University; Barbara Boucher Owens,
Southwestern University; Deborah Trytten, University of Oklaholma; Mary-Jane Willshire-Fairley, Capella University

The ACM/IEEE CS2013 Curriculum was released at the end of 2013. The ABET Computer Science Program Criteria are currently being reviewed and changes are being suggested that will bring the CS criteria more in line with the CS2013 recommended curriculum. This session will provide the audience the opportunity to hear what the proposed changes are and to offer feedback and input into the process.

Friday, March 6, 10:45am-noon
Computer Science and ABET Accreditation: What You Should Know
Facilitators: Lillian "Boots" Cassel, Villanova University; David Cordes, University of Alabama; Allen Parrish, University of Alabama; Andrew Phillips, U.S. Naval Academy; Stan Thomas, Wake Forest University

This highly interactive session includes three distinct components related to ABET accreditation of computer science programs. 1) The benefits to computer sciences programs of ABET accreditation, and the related costs; 2) Using a "town hall" format, participants are invited to voice questions, problem statements and concerns about ABET accreditation to a panel of experts; and (3) An update on current discussions regarding future changes to the accreditation criteria.

To register for SIGCSE 2015, please visit sigcse2015.sigcse.org.

CSAB Awards Presented

July 12, 2014
Two outstanding volunteers were awarded Fellows of CSAB on July 11 at the annual meeting of the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET. The CSAB Fellow Award is given in recognition of individuals who have given sustained, quality service to the computing profession and to computing education through the activities of CSAB.

  • Harold Grossman, Clemson University
    Harold began his accreditation activities as a program evaluator for CSAB in 1988. In 1992, he became a CSAB/CSAC team chair. He has served as an ABET/CAC team chair, commissioner, Executive Committee Member-at-Large, training support facilitator, and Chair of the Computing Accreditation Commission. He is currently Chair of the CSAB Quality Assurance Committee and an ACM Representative on the CSAB Board of Directors. Harold earned his Ph.D. from Michigan State University. He spent more than 30 years on the faculty of Clemson University, where he served as an associate professor of computer science and Interim Chair of both the Computer Science Department and the Computer Science Division of the School of Computing. He retired Associate Professor Emeritus in 2013.
  • Kay Schulze, United States Naval Academy
    Kay has been involved with accreditation for over two decades, first with CSAB/CSAC and then with ABET. She was chair of the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET for the 2005-06 cycle and chaired the ABET PEV Training Committee from 2011-13. She was named an ABET Fellow in 2009. Kay earned her Ph.D. in Computer Science from Boston University. She also taught at BU, as well as at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. In addition, she served as Chair of the Computer Science Department at the U.S. Naval Academy, where she retired Professor Emerita in 2009.

Three individuals received Outstanding Contribution Awards. The Outstanding Contribution Award is presented to CSAB volunteers with at least three years of sustained service who have made a significant positive impact on CSAB operations, computing accreditation, or computing education.

  • David Cordes, University of Alabama
    For his leadership as 2013-14 Chair of the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.
  • Mark Sebern, Milwaukee School of Engineering
    For significant, sustained efforts to update and improve the criteria for accrediting software engineering programs.
  • Stephen Seidman, Texas State University
    For continuing to support and promote computing accreditation and CSAB relations within the IEEE Computer Society.

Four individuals received special awards for their continuing service as team chairs. Each has served as a CAC/ABET team chair five times beyond their original five years of service as CAC commissioners:

  • Gordon "Don" Bailes, East Tennessee State University
  • Kenneth Martin, University of North Florida
  • A. Joseph Turner, Clemson University
  • Gayle Yaverbaum, Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg

Eleven individuals received Certificates of Appreciation for exceeding expectations for service to computing accreditation:

  • Jean Blair, United States Military Academy
  • Lillian "Boots" Cassel, Villanova University
  • Adel Elmaghraby, University of Louisville
  • Sandra Gorka, Pennsylvania College of Technology
  • Richard Helps, Brigham Young University
  • Kenneth Martin, University of North Florida
  • Manton Matthews, University of South Carolina
  • Harry Reif, James Madison University
  • Han Reichgelt, University of South Florida, Saint Petersburgh
  • Edward Sobiesk, United States Military Academy
  • Mudasser Wyne, National University

Thank You, Retiring ABET Commissioners

July 12, 2014
The following CSAB volunteers retired from the ABET accreditation commissions this summer:

  • Barbara Doyle, Jacksonville University
  • Harold Grossman, Clemson University
  • Elva Jones, Winston-Salem State University
  • Tim Lindquist, Arizona State University Polytechnic
  • Michael Oudshoorn, Wentworth Institute of Technology
  • Barbara Price, Georgia Southern University
  • Han Reichgelt, University of South Florida, Saint Petersburgh
  • Judith Solano, University of North Florida
  • Frank Young, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Thank you for your many years of service to computing accreditation!

Welcome, New ABET Commissioners

July 12, 2014
The following CSAB volunteers became commissioners of ABET this weekend:

  • Andrew Borchers (CAC), Lipscomb University
  • David Bover (CAC), Western Washington University
  • Pearl Brazier (CAC), University of Texas - Pan American
  • William Burkett (CAC), Capella University
  • Brahma Dathan (CAC), Metropolitan State University
  • Joseph Ekstrom (CAC), Brigham Young University
  • Leonard Fisk (CAC), California State University, Chico
  • Richard Helps (ETAC), Brigham Young University
  • Rebecca Rutherfoord (CAC), Southern Polytechnic State University
  • Mohammed Samaka (CAC), Qatar University
  • Sajjan Shiva (CAC), University of Memphis
  • Christopher Taylor (EAC), Milwaukee School of Engineering
  • Gerald Thomas (CAC), Milwaukee School of Engineering

Lawrence G. Jones Elected First Computing President of ABET

March 28, 2014
Baltimore, MD - At its spring meeting last weekend, the ABET Board of Directors elected Lawrence G. Jones, Ph.D., to be its 2015-16 President. Jones is currently a member of the board representing CSAB, Inc., the lead society within ABET for accreditation of degree programs in computer science, information systems, software engineering, and information technology. Jones will be ABET's first President with an educational and professional background in computer science and software engineering and the first to come through CSAB. CSAB became a member society of ABET in 2001. There are currently more than 30 such members of ABET representing dozens of technical disciplines and millions who work in those fields. More than 3,600 programs in 25 countries are accredited by the organization.

"I am honored to have been elected to this position," says Jones. "Computing is an integral component of ABET now, thanks in large part to the hard work of the many CSAB volunteers who came before me. This election is proof of that. And I look forward," Jones continues, "to the opportunity to lead ABET's fantastic and diverse cadre of volunteers and staff and to continue to contribute to its culture of quality improvement in both its own operations and in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology education."

Jones began his accreditation activities as a CSAB program evaluator in 1989. Since then, he has served as a member of the CSAB Board of Directors, representing the Association of Computing Machinery, and as the Secretary-Treasurer of the organization. Within ABET, Jones has served as Chair of the Computing Accreditation Commission and as Chair of ABET's Accreditation Council, where he led the efforts to improve inter-commission cooperation leading to harmonization of accreditation criteria and improved training of evaluators. Most recently, he led ABET's Strategic Planning Task Force. He is a Fellow of both CSAB and ABET.

Jones earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Vanderbilt University. Recently retired as Distinguished Principal Researcher at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) of Carnegie Mellon University, Jones led numerous research projects for the institute spanning software architecture, software product lines, and government and industry consulting to support SEI's technology transition mission. Prior to joining the SEI, Jones spent a career in the United States Air Force in a variety of software development and management positions, ultimately retiring as the Chair of the Computer Science Department at the United States Air Force Academy.

CSAB, Inc., a federation of the Association for Computing Machinery and the IEEE Computer Society, serves as a participating body of ABET, Inc., with three members on the ABET Board of Directors. CSAB is the lead society within ABET for accreditation of programs in computer science, information systems, software engineering, and information technology, and is a cooperating society for accreditation of computer engineering, biological engineering, systems engineering, and information engineering technology. In this capacity, CSAB has responsibility for the development of accreditation criteria and for the selection, training, and assignment of program evaluators.

Proposed Change to Software Engineering Accreditation Criteria

UPDATED Mar. 6, 2014
Based on feedback received about its original proposed change to the software engineering program criteria that are part of the ABET Engineering Accreditation Criteria, the CSAB Criteria Committee has revised the proposed change. Please review the updated proposed change, and email any feedback to csab@csab.org.

CSAB Awards Presented

July 20, 2013
Three outstanding volunteers were awarded Fellows of CSAB last weekend at the annual meeting of the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET:

  • Allen Parrish, University of Alabama
  • Barbara Price, Georgia Southern University
  • Stan Thomas, Wake Forest University

The CSAB Fellow Award is given in recognition of individuals who have given sustained, quality service to the computing profession and to computing education through the activities of CSAB. Congratulations to these deserving volunteers!

Two individuals received Outstanding Contribution Awards:

  • Andrew Phillips, United States Naval Academy
  • Mary Jane Willshire-Fairley, Capella University

The Outstanding Contribution Award is presented to CSAB volunteers with at least three years of sustained service who have made a significant positive impact on CSAB operations, computing accreditation, or computing education.

Thank You, Retiring ABET Commissioners

July 20, 2013
The following CSAB volunteers retired from the ABET accreditation commissions this summer:

  • Curtis Carver, University System of Georgia
  • Dick Fairley, Colorado Technical University
  • Teofilo Gonzalez, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Jim Leone, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Blaise Liffick, Millersville University of Pennsylvania
  • Michael Murphy, Concordia University
  • Harry Reif, James Madison University

Thank you for your many years of service to computing accreditation!

Welcome, New ABET Commissioners

July 20, 2013
The following CSAB program evaluators became commissioners on the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET last weekend:

  • Donald Cooley, Utah State University
  • John Estell, Ohio Northern University
  • Richard Mathieu, James Madison University
  • Scott Murray, HCA Healthcare
  • Lynn Peterson, University of Texas at Arlington
  • Rhys Price Jones, George Washington University
  • Rajendra Raj, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Roberta Evans Sabin, Loyola University, Maryland
  • Hazem Said, University of Cincinnati
  • Bruce White, Quinnipiac University

Welcome, New CSAB Program Evaluators

July 20, 2013
Twenty-nine new program evaluators have completed training and are ready for their first visits. Welcome! We look forward to working with you.

Feedback Sought on Accreditation Criteria

Feb. 21, 2013
A joint committee from CSAB and the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET has been formulating ideas for potential changes to the ABET Criteria for Accrediting Computing Programs, as well as to the program criteria for Computer Science, Information Systems, and Information Technology. A survey is now available to solicit feedback on these ideas from constituents. Please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/caccriteria2013 as soon as possible to provide your input.

In addition, a survey on possible changes to the Information Systems program criteria was distributed earlier this month. Based on the results of that survey, new proposed IS criteria have been created. Your feedback on these is also requested. Click here to download the proposed changes.

Feb. 28 update: Proposed changes to the Information Technology program criteria are now available for constituent review. Click here to download them.

Seats Available at SIGCSE Workshop

Feb. 21, 2013
There are still a few seats available at CSAB's Computing Accreditation Workshop on March 6 in Denver. Click here for more information.

Awards Nominations Due May 31

Feb. 21, 2013
Nominations are now being accepted for the CSAB Fellow Award, Outstanding Contribution Award, and Certificates of Appreciation. Please click here for more information.

Program Evaluators Sought in CS, IS, and IT

Nov. 13, 2012
The application deadline is December 31. Click here for more information.

Computing Accreditation Workshop Returns to SIGCSE

Nov. 13, 2012
CSAB will again hold a computing accreditation workshop prior this year's SIGCSE conference. Details and registration information are here.

CSAB Volunteers Receive ABET's Highest Awards

Oct. 26, 2012
Stu Zweben, long-time volunteer and past CSAB President, was presented with ABET's top honor this week: The Linton E. Grinter Distinguished Service Award. Read more about this accomplishment here. Patrick Walsh, also a long-time volunteer and past President, received the Fellow of ABET Award. Read more here. CSAB is extremely proud of these individuals.

Fellow of CSAB Awards Presented

Oct. 25, 2012
Five outstanding volunteers became Fellows of CSAB this year:

  • John Impagliazzo, Independent Consultant/Hofstra University
  • David Kelly, Bluefin Robotics
  • Stephen Seidman, Texas State University
  • John White, Association for Computing Machinery
  • Frank Young, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

The CSAB Fellow Award is given in recognition of individuals who have given sustained, quality service to the computing profession and to computing education through the activities of CSAB. Congratulations to these deserving volunteers!

2012-13 Officers Elected

Oct. 25, 2012
At its annual Board of Directors meeting today, CSAB re-elected its current slate of officers for a second one-year term:

President: Gayle Yaverbaum, Ph.D., Professor Emerita, Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg
Vice-President: Andrew Phillips, Ph.D., Academic Dean and Provost, United States Naval Academy
Secretary/Treasurer: Pearl Wang, Ph.D., Associate Chair of Computer Science, George Mason University

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