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The acceptance and integration of social issues into computing curricula is still a work in progress twenty years after it was first incorporated into the ACM Computing Curricula. Through an… Continue Reading
A to the United Nations, twenty-two global issues face society . Many of these—Health, Food, Water, Poverty, and Migration—relate to Climate Change, while others are social issues related to… Continue Reading
S ometimes course-level curricular choices (micro-curriculum), come from above: “You will teach course X in Java, using IDE Y, and textbook Z.” More often, at least in my experience, instructors have… Continue Reading
There are many excellent reasons for incorporating social good activities throughout our CS curricula. Possibly the most important are the large number of pressing local/global issues facing society… Continue Reading
In this feature of the Bulletin, we highlight recent accomplishments of our members. In this issue, Bulletin co-editor Christine Alvarado interviewed Mikey Goldweber, Professor of Computer Science at… Continue Reading