Iowa Undergraduate Computer Science Consortium

Meeting on March 26, 1994 at Grinnell College

Time: 9:30 - 3:30 on Saturday, March 6, 1999
Location: Mathematics and Computer Science Department
Science Building (top floor)
Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA

9:30Refreshments and Registration
10:00Talk: The Crisis in Academic Hiring in Computer Science
Henry Walker, Prof. of Math and CS, Grinnell College
10:45Talk/Discussion: Virtual Communities at Colleges and Universities:
Questions of Who, What, When, Where and How.
William Francis, Director, Grinnell College Computer Services
11:15Panel: The NSF/SIGCSE Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) Grant:
Are Members of this Consortium Interested in Forming a Group?
Henry Walker, Prof. of Math and CS, Grinnell College
Steve Bruell, Prof. and Chair of CS, University of Iowa
noonLunch Break
1:00Talk: Course on the Computer Industry
Leon Tabak, Assoc. Prof. of Comp. Sci., Cornell College
1:30Talk: Teaching Algorithmic Multimedia
Samuel Rebelsky, Asst. Prof. of Comp. Sci., Grinnell College
2:00Talk: The Iowa Software Association, What's in ISA for Academia
Miriam Ubben, Exec. Dir., Iowa Software Association
2:30Break (partially funded by Prentice-Hall)
3:00Discussion: Does the group want to meet again? Where? When?
3:30Break/Formal End of Meeting
3:40Planning by those interested in a joint PFF Grant Proposal

Special thanks to Therese Morgan and Prentice-Hall for displaying books and for sponsoring part of the afternoon break.

Thanks also to Jones and Bartlett and ITP Publishers for sending books for display.

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