Celebrating SIGCSE's 50th anniversary!

  title={Celebrating SIGCSE's 50th anniversary!},
  author={Briana B. Morrison and Amber Settle},
  journal={ACM SIGCSE Bull.},
SIGCSE celebrates the 50th anniversary of its founding in 2018, an event that will be celebrated throughout the year. In 1968, a group of computing educators met at the Fall Joint Computer Conference (FJCC) in Las Vegas to write and sign a petition that eventually led to the creation of SIGCSE. Elliot Irving Organick (1925 -- 1985) is credited with being the driving force behind the group. 
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