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COLUMN: Letter from the editors

Looking back and ahead

By Karan Ahuja, July 2022

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DEPARTMENT: Updates

MUJ ACM becomes the "best" at nationals

By Nupur Shiturkar, July 2022

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SECTION: Features

Queer in AI

Queer in AI is an organization that aims to combat the harms faced by queer researchers within AI. Several inclusion initiatives are outlined, including those centered on policy and financial aid.

By Hetvi Jethwani, Arjun Subramonian, William Agnew, MaryLena Bleile, Sarthak Arora, Maria Ryskina, Jeffrey Xiong, July 2022

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COLUMN: Letter from the editors

Getting involved

By Ross Teixeira, April 2022

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DEPARTMENT: Updates

UP ACM-W

By Nupur Shiturkar, April 2022

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DEPARTMENT: Pointers

The intersection of technology and COVID-19

By Tejas Morkar, January 2022

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On the path to great progress

DEPARTMENT: Updates

On the path to great progress

By Nupur Shiturkar, September 2021

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On the future of computer science

SECTION: Features

On the future of computer science

Gabriele Kotsis, ACM President and full professor in computer science at Johannes Kepler University, shares her personal experiences and suggestions to shape the future of computer science.

By Elizabeth Churchill, Nova Ahmed, March 2021

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DEPARTMENT: Updates

Painting the complete Aggie picture

By Daniela Zieba, December 2020

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ISU SIGCHI is putting the U in usability

Spreading competitive programming culture in Ireland

Esports as a catalyst for connected learning: the North America Scholastics Esports Federation

SECTION: Features

Esports as a catalyst for connected learning: the North America Scholastics Esports Federation

Collegiate esports' rising popularity has created a host of new educational and research opportunities, ranging from understanding and modeling these communities to expanding programs beyond college into high-school learning environments.

By Je Seok Lee, Constance Steinkuehler, July 2019

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BPDC ACM: Using social media marketing to bolster membership

DEPARTMENT: Updates

BPDC ACM: Using social media marketing to bolster membership

By Anshuman Majumdar, April 2019

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How WACM prepares women for success

How WACM prepares women for success

By Anshuman Majumdar, January 2019

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ACM USF: determined students revitalize an inactive chapter

A paradigm shift: how CS has intrinsically changed society

COLUMN: Accolades

A paradigm shift: how CS has intrinsically changed society

By Anukruti Mathur, October 2018

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Paying it forward

COLUMN: Letter from the editors

Paying it forward

By Gierad Laput, July 2018

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DEPARTMENT: Updates

UPES ACM: developing skills to survive the IT job market

By Anshuman Majumdar, July 2018

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The Hour of Code: An initiative to break the barriers of coding

Rethinking creativity

SECTION: Features

Rethinking creativity

Why it matters to liberate creativity and how technology can help us along the way.

By Seda Röder, April 2018

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DEPARTMENT: Updates

ADA ACM's role in diversifying chapter activities

By Anshuman Majumdar, December 2017

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MacACM: Encouraging competitive programming via mentorship and outreach

Kean ACM-W: promoting women's participation in CS

Asclepius will see you now

DEPARTMENT: Accolades

Asclepius will see you now

By Dipika Rajesh, June 2017

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The Heidelberg Laureate Forum on the moving frontier between mathematics and computer science

SECTION: Features

The Heidelberg Laureate Forum on the moving frontier between mathematics and computer science

Young and early-career researchers at the 2016 Heidelberg Laureate Forum discuss how the frontier between mathematics and computer science is shifting, what the future promises, and the implications the frontier's shape and dynamics will have on both fields.

By Edmon Begoli, Vincent Schlegel, Michael Atiyah, Praise Adeyemo, Tim Baarslag, April 2017

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UC Irvine WICS blazing trails for women in CS

DEPARTMENT: Updates

UC Irvine WICS blazing trails for women in CS

By David Byrd, December 2016

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"ANN" helps Mario rescue Princess Toadstool

By Daniel López Sánchez, September 2016

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ACM TEC GDA addresses Mexico's social needs one app at a time

RIT SIGCHI<br />Democratizing digitization, campus outreach, and more

Fortifying computing in student societies<br />A focus on outreach initiatives.

Women who paved the way for IoT<br />A teacher finds her voice

COLUMN: Accolades

Women who paved the way for IoT
A teacher finds her voice

By Kayalvizhi Jayavel, December 2015

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Why

DEPARTMENT: Blogs

Why "celebrate women in computing"?

The XRDS blog highlights a range of topics from conference coverage, to security and privacy, to CS theory. Selected blog posts, edited for print, are featured in every issue. Please visit xrds.acm.org/blog to read each post in its entirety. If you are interested in joining as a student blogger, please contact us.

By Nur Al-huda Hamdan, December 2015

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Excellence around the world

DEPARTMENT: Updates

Excellence around the world

This year's ACM award winners share how their chapters came out on top.

By Claudia Schulz, November 2015

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A community for learning

A community for learning

At Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, the students are also the teachers

By Claudia Schulz, July 2015

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ACM-W chapters at home and abroad<br />An initiative on women, not of women

Staying in touch

Staying in touch

By Claudia Schulz, December 2014

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The Regenstrief global health informatics group

DEPARTMENT: Labz

The Regenstrief global health informatics group

By Suranga Nath Kasthurirathne, December 2014

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From zero to excellence

DEPARTMENT: Updates

From zero to excellence

By Claudia Schulz, October 2014

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Why saying no to the NSA is a slippery slope

COLUMN: Publisher's Corner

Why saying no to the NSA is a slippery slope

By Scott Delman, June 2014

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Making tech more inclusive

SECTION: Features

Making tech more inclusive

Exposing the driving causes behind the lack of diversity in our communities, and how to use your privilege for good.

By Erin Carson, June 2014

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J. Craig Venter Institute<br />Rockville, Maryland

DEPARTMENT: Labz

J. Craig Venter Institute
Rockville, Maryland

By Arka Bhattacharya, June 2014

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Team players<br />How to be a good one

COLUMN: Advice

Team players
How to be a good one

By Vaggelis Giannikas, March 2014

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Defending students from cyber crime

DEPARTMENT: Updates

Defending students from cyber crime

By Michael Zuba, March 2014

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NICTA ATP lab

DEPARTMENT: Labz

NICTA ATP lab

By Yan Shvartzshnaider, March 2014

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Student chapters in Europe

DEPARTMENT: Benefit

Student chapters in Europe

By Virginia Grande, December 2013

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Maintaining ACM traditions<br />Professional development done right

DEPARTMENT: Updates

Maintaining ACM traditions
Professional development done right

By Michael Zuba, December 2013

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