Education Council and Education Board

The ACM education activity has been reorganized into two entities: the Education Council and the Education Board. The Board wields the final executive and decision-making power to facilitate the work of the Education Council. The Council is a task-force-based, networking-oriented environment whose aim is to promote ACM's educational mission to as wide a range of constituencies as possible: universities, community colleges, high schools, corporations, and the US government.

  • Education Board

      Jane  C. Prey  
      Chris  Stephenson  
      Elizabeth  K Hawthorne  
    Past Chair
      Mehran Sahami  
      Scott Buck  
      Tracy  Camp  
      Andrea  Danyluk  
      Alison  J  Derbenwick Miller  
      Andrew  McGettrick  
      Paul  Tymann  
      R.  Venkatesh
    ACM Headquarters
      Yan Timanovsky
    CSTA, ex officio
      Jake Baskin  
  • Education Council

      Jane  C. Prey  
      Chris  Stephenson  
    Vice Chair
      Elizabeth  K Hawthorne  
    Past Chair
      Mehran Sahami  
    ACM India Representative
      R.  Venkatesh
      Thomas Cortina  
      Michelle  Craig
    Janice  E  Cuny
      Leigh Ann  Delyser  
      Armando  Fox  
      Judith  Gal-Ezer  
      Michael  Goldweber  
      Steven  Ira  Gordon  
      Shuchi  Grover  
      Christopher  Hundhausen  
      Andrew  J  Ko  
      Briana  Morrison  
      Andrew  K.  Petersen  
      Susan  Reiser  
      Mihaela  Sabin
      Robert  B  Schnabel  
      Peter  J  Thiemann  
      Jodi  L  Tims
      Gerrit  Van Der Veer  
      Ellen  L  Walker  
      Mark  Allen  Weiss  
      Pat  Yongpradit
      Stuart  Zweben  
    Headquarters Liaison
      Yan Timanovsky
      Alison Clear  
      Eric  Roberts
    Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) Representative
      Renata Araujo  
    ACM China Representative
      Ming Zhang  

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