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Chapter Web Tools
ACM offers chapters the following web tools:website hosting, wikis and blogs. For more information please go to: http://www.acm.org/chapters/student-chapter-web-tools
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You can let chapter members, ACM members, and other computing professionals, know about your upcoming events: http://campus.acm.org/public/chapters_conf_cal/index.cfm
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Joint meetings with other societies
Speakers from our Distinguished Speakers Program
Workshops or seminars
Special awards or recognition
Distinguished Speakers Program
The ACM Distinguished Speakers Program is one of the premier technology outreach programs in the computing industry. Each year several dozen distinguished computing professionals serve as current ACM Distinguished lecturers.
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Recognition of service certificates for outgoing chairpersons who have served at least one year in office will be issued free of charge upon written request. The ACM President and Secretary sign these certificates. Send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Certificate of Charter
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Depository for Bylaws
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