35th SIGCSE TS 2004

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Proceedings SIGCSE '04: Proceedings of the 35th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer Science Education
DatesMarch 3-7, 2004
VenueNorfolk Waterside Convention Center
LocationNorfolk, VA, USA
Attendance1228
Acceptance28%
History BlogBlog entry

2004 SIGCSE Award for Outstanding Contribution to Computer Science Education
Mordechai Ben-Ari - Textbook author, mentor and pedagogical researcher at both the university and pre-college levels, in concurrency, formal methods, and programming languages.

2004 SIGCSE Award for Lifetime Service to the Computer Science Education Community
Bruce Klein - Recognized for exemplary service to ACM, extraordinary commitment to SIGCSE, mentoring of SIGCSE members. ACM SIG Board task forces, ACM Education Board, SIGCSE Executive Board 2001 to 2007 as chair and past chair, past ITiCSE Conference and Technical Symposium chair, program committees.

Publication Acceptance Rates

  accepted submitted acceptance rate
papers 90 320 28%
panels 11 16 69%
special sessions 16 21 76%
workshops 31 64 48%
faculty posters 40 58 69%

Key Notes

Symposium Committee

Symposium Chairs

  • Dan Joyce - Villanova University
  • Deborah Knox - The College of New Jersey

Program Chairs

  • Wanda Dann - Ithaca College
  • Tom Naps - University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh

Panels and Special Sessions

  • Myles McNally - Alma College

Workshops

  • Greg Wolffe - Grand Valley State University

Publications

  • Douglas Harms - DePauw University

Registration

  • Cary Laxer and Larry Merkle - Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Faculty Posters

  • Kris Powers - Berry College

Birds Of A Feather

  • Jim Howatt - Southeastern Louisiana University

Student Volunteers and Student Activities

  • Jim Aman - Columbus School for Girls

Treasurer

  • John Lewis - Villanova University

Database Administrators

  • Henry Walker - Grinnell College
  • John Dooley - Knox College

Evaluations

  • Paul Tymann - Rochester Institute of Technology

Local Arrangements

  • George Harrison - Norfolk State University

Doctoral Consortium

  • Sue Fitzgerald - Metropolitan State University
  • K. Todd Stevens - Radford University

ACM International Student Research Contest

  • Ann Sobel - Miami University of Ohio