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Each year, the SIGCSE Symposium represents a most exciting time for computing educators. Many, many thanks for the entire SIGCSE 2004 Committee for its marvelous work in putting so many pieces together!

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The Technical Symposium is SIGCSE's flagship conference . Attendance regularly exceeds 1,200 and includes computer science educators from around the globe. Congratulations to these outstanding members of the SIGCSE community! The 2019 SIGCSE Award for Outstanding Contribution to Computer Science Education has been awarded to Professor Mark Guzdial, University of Michigan, USA. The 2019 SIGCSE Award for Lifetime Service to the Computer Science Education Community has been awarded to Professor Gloria Childress Townsend, DePauw University, USA.

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