SIG Governing Board Meeting Agenda
April 2, 2019
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|April 1, 2019
|SIG Governing Board Dinner
Room: Athens/Berlin Room
|April 2, 2019
Room: International Ballroom
|9:00am-9:15am||1.0||Welcome, Introductions (Jortner and Pancake)|
|9:15am-10:00am||2.0||ACM Publications Board (Davidson) Report Feedback|
|10:00am-10:30pm||3.0||Disability Inclusion Discussion – (Trewin) Report and Feedback|
|1:45pm-2:45pm||6.0||What Should We Be Doing Differently?|
|3:00pm-3:30pm||7.0||Best Practices-Interaction Between SIG and Conference Committees|
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