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ACM Hails New "Every Student Succeeds" Law
Sweeping Legislation Will Bolster Computer Science in K-12 Education
ACM Fellows Named for Computing Innovations that Are Advancing Technology in the Digital Age
Accomplishments of 2015 Fellows Include Advances in Software Engineering, Data Management and Cryptography
Trailblazing Approach to Modeling Earth's Geological Processes Wins Gordon Bell Prize
Team Employs a Number of New Advances to Make Extreme Scalability Possible
ACM's Distinguished Members Cited for Advances in Computing that Will Yield Real World Impact
Worldwide Assemblage Includes Prominent Computer Scientists, Engineers and Educators
Jeffrey Forbes Named Chair of ACM Education Policy Committee
Duke University Computer Scientist Assumes Role in Lead-up to Computer Science Education Week
Berkeley Lab's Yelick Lauded for Advances in Programmability of High Performance Computing Systems
UC Berkeley Professor to Receive ACM/IEEE-CS Kennedy Award at SC15 for Contributions to International Research Agenda
Two Students Named Recipients of ACM/IEEE-CS George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowships
 
USACM Celebrates 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act
 
ACM Appoints New CEO
Indiana University’s Schnabel Takes Top Staff Position at World’s Largest Computing Society
ACM, CSTA Announce New Award to Recognize US High School Students in Computing
Gordon Bell and David Cutler Establish $1 Million Endowment to Fund Award
ACM, IEEE Computer Society Honor Norman Jouppi with 2015 Eckert-Mauchly Award
 
ACM Group to Recognize Innovations that Are Advancing Power of Computing
Knuth and Gödel Prizes to Be Awarded for New Concepts for Mathematical Proofs and Speeding Solutions to Complex Computing Tasks
Russian, Japanese and Chinese Universities Take Top Spots in ACM International Programming Contest
ACM Salutes International Students for Solving Real-World Problems with Critical Computing Skills
Creator of Advanced Data Processing Architecture Wins ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award
Zaharia Employs Fault-Tolerant Approach to Capture Value from Big Data
ACM Honors Leaders for Expanding the Promise and Profile of Computing
Recipients Extended Core Computing Concepts and Resources across International Boundaries
ACM Honors Mach Operating System for Lasting Influence on Computing Landscape
Rashid and Tevanian Led Mach's Development as an Innovative System for Widespread Commercial Use
“Gangnam Style” Creator PSY Shares Insights on Future of Creative Media and Technologies at CHI 2015
ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Features Innovations from Asian HCI Communities plus Virtual Reality, Wearables, and Social Impact
ACM Honors Computing Innovators Who Are Changing the World
Award Winners Made Advances in Networked Systems, Social Networks, Science Education Standards, and Rescue Robots
ACM Council on Women Honors Innovator in Database Systems
Stanford’s Widom Launched Entirely New Research Areas in the Database Field
ACM and Infosys Foundation Honor Pioneer in Cryptography
Stanford's Dan Boneh Honored for Breakthroughs in Cryptography that Improve Computer Security and Privacy
ACM Turing Award Goes to Pioneer in Database Systems Architecture
MIT's Stonebraker Brought Relational Database Systems from Concept to Commercial Success, Set the Research Agenda for the Multibillion-Dollar Database Field for Decades
CACM Reports: Achieving Faster Circuits, Searches and Software
February 2015 Issue Reports on How Information Technology May Be Shrinking the Middle Class; Visualizing Sound; the State of Model-Based Testing; to Govern or Not to Govern IT
USACM Statement on President Obama’s Comments on Privacy and Computing Security
 
ACM Names Fellows for Innovations in Computing
2014 Fellows Made Computing Contributions to Enterprise, Entertainment, and Education
CACM Reports: New Computing Technologies Speed Biological Systems Research
January 2015 Issue Reports on the Internet's Adverse Effect on Cognition; the Rise and Fall of Industry Research Labs; How to Protect Systems and Data; and Designing Smart Transportation Networks