Note: Some of these dates are tentative at this time.
Past workshops info – no new ones planned at this time: see
Nov 3: SIGCSE Board meeting in Chicago
Nov 8: Speak at CS Teachers' Conference in Orlando
Nov 28: Speak at NASA Goddard
Nov 30: Speak in CSAIL HCI Speaker Series at MIT
Dec 5-6: Visit Stanford
Dec 10: Speak at Tufts
Jan 13-16: CE21/BPC PI Meeting
Jan 17-21: Daughter sings at Carnegie Hall (Probably won't go though :-(
Jan 24-25: Visit Arizona to advise for E2Textiles project (I think that this isn't happening now, but not sure)
Jan 29-Feb 2: Visit Indiana
Feb 11-12: CCC MOOC Workshop in DC
Feb 29 or 26: Speak at HCIL at U. Maryland College Park
March 6-10: SIGCSE 2013 (Denver)
March 21-22: Forward (vs. Retreat) for School of IC
April 10: Speak at West Point
May 20-22: NCWIT Summit in Tucson, AZ
June 29-July 3: Hope to be at ITICSE in Canterbury
July 14-17: CS&IT: ECEP on Day One
Aug 12-14: ICER 2013 in San Diego
Oct 12-14: Wedding in Colorado
Oct 23-25: GVU-20 festivitieis
October 6-9: Wedding in California
October 15-16: SIGCSE Board meeting
October 18: Giving DLS talk at Rutgers
October 28: Giving talk at DePaul University
Nov 2-9: Florence, IT for Barb's 50th
November 14-26: Giving talks at conferences in Melbourne, Adelaide, and Sydney, Australia.
Jan 4-8: Running Walt Disney World Half Marathon
Jan 18-20: Keynote at C5 conference in LA
Feb 28-March 3: SIGCSE 2011 in Raleigh, NC
May 4-5: WCCE (Western Canada Computing Education) invited talk
May 22-24: NCWIT Summit in Chicago
August 7-9: ICER 2011
August 29-31: Purdue for Science of Information Center meeting
September 8: Richard Ladner visiting for Capacity-Building Institute
Sept 15-17: ACM Ed Council meeting
May 20-22: Mexico City
May 23-25: NCWIT Summit in NYC
June 3-7: San Jose, California for ACM Awards Ceremony
June 15-20: In Michigan for family wedding
June 26-30: Keynote at ITICSE in Darmstadt, Germany
July 5: Speak at Tenn Tech "Tapestry" event
July 17 and July 22: Dropping off and picking up from Space Camp
March 4: Colloquium Talk at U. Georgia
March 9-12: SIGCSE 2011
March 20-22: CMU
March 23-24: NSF Panel
March 26: Workshop at Armstrong Atlantic
April 7-10: AERA
April 25-26: CECC Launch Meeting
April 29-30: NSF Pre-AP course meeting
Nov 1-10: Chinese SIGCSE-like conference. 5th University Course Forum of Computer Science (UCFCS)
Nov 22-23: DLS at U. Toronto
Dec 1-2: NSF BPC-A PI Meeting
Dec 2-4: DLS at Virginia Tech
Dec 8-12: Microsoft, CECC, and ACM Ed Board in Redmond
Jan 30-Feb2: CE21/BPC/CPATH Community Meeting in New Orleans
June 29-July 2: Invited talk at ICLS 2010 in Chicago
July 5-6: Workshop at TCNJ
July 7-9: Workshop at Virginia Tech
July 10: Chicago MediaComp Workshop
July 12-13: Microsoft Research Faculty Summit
July 13, Keynote for first
Educational Applications of AI Symposium EAAI-10
July 19-21: NSF Site Review Team
July 22: Orlando MediaComp Workshop
Aug 8-10: Attending
Georgia Computes! Workshop
at Southern Polytechnic State University.
Aug 24-26: Higher Education Academy talk on CS Education at University of Durham, UK
Sept 24-25: Invited speaker at CCSC:MW 2010 at Franklin College, Indianapolis
Sept 28-Oct 2:
Grace Hopper Conference
May 3-7: ACM Ed Board meeting and Education Summit with ACM India and Qatar University, in Qatar
Georgia Computes! Workshop
at Southern Polytechnic State University.
May 13-15: NSF CPATH Site Visit (they're coming here, but we'll probably be busy with them.)
May 18-20: NCWIT Meeting in Portland
June 1-10: Family trip to Hawaii to celebrate my parent's 50th Wedding Anniversary and our 25th Wedding Anniversary
June 14-18: Massachusetts Workshops: June 14-15 in Amherst, June 16-18 at Suffolk University.
June 21-22: ACM Ed Council meeting at Berkeley
June 28: Possible workshop in Philly
June 29-July 2: Invited talk at ICLS 2010 in Chicago
April 5-9: Kids' Spring Break. Will probably spend some time with them in Florida.
Feb 1-2: NSF BPC PI's meeting in LA
Feb 7-8: Site Review at Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges (Philly)
Feb 13-15: Family ski vacation
Feb 27-28: APCS Commission And Advisory Group Meeting (here in Atlanta, but at a hotel and virtually gone)
March 9-14: SIGCSE 2010 in Milwaukee
March 22-26: GT Spring Break
Furlough Day Monday 3/22
Visiting U. Kentucky, Lexington on 3/24
NSF CPATH PI's meeting in Arlington 3/25-26
Jan 29-31: APCS Commission Meeting (here in Atlanta, but at a hotel and virtually gone)
Sept. 11-13: APCS Commission Meeting
Sept. 25-26: ACM Ed Council in Vancouver, BC
Oct 3-12: SIGCSE 2010 APC Meta Reviewing (I'll be in, but super-busy)
Nov. 2-7: At Informatics Education Europe, keynote.
July 12-15: Microsoft Faculty Summit
July 29-31: Kansas City MediaComp Workshop
August 1-2: APCS Commission Meeting
August 3-7: Teaching workshops in Atlanta
June 1-2: Workshop at Wayne State University in Detroit
June 16-18: APCS Commission Meeting
June 25-26: ACM Ed Board sponsored "Future of Computing Education Summit" in Washington, DC
June 29-July 1: At U. Maryland College Park for event on their new UG degree in Computing Education.
April 5-11: Kid's Spring Break
April 27-29: Site review team for NSF Center
May 4: BPC Meeting on CS AP at DC Google Office
May 7-8, TTI Vanguard event on Learning
May 26-28: Workshop at Harvey Mudd (I'll be there May 23-30)
March 1-9: SIGCSE 2009!!! (I'm co-chair.)
March 16: GT Spring Break, and I'm really taking it off.
March 20: Talk at Old Dominion University
March 23: ACM Ed Board meeting at Bentley University
Jan 15-28: Keynote at Australasian Computing Education conference ( workshop Jan 18-19, keynote 20).
Feb 9-10: BPC Conference
Feb 13: Boston planning meeting for RAGS conference
Feb 20-22: Family skiing vacation
Dec 11-12: ACM Education Council meeting in San Diego.
Oct 3-5: To Detroit for Grandma's 90th
Oct 6: Talk at Wayne State
Oct 14-18: SIGCSE 2009 Program Committee meeting in Chattanooga
Oct 22: The
Annual Sherwood Ebey Mathematics Lecture
at the University of the South
Oct 24-25: College Board and NSF in Chicago
Nov 5-7: NCWIT Meeting at Irvine
Nov 10 (morning): Present at
Nov 12-14: NSF CPATH PI's meeting in DC
Nov 14-15: ACM Ed Board meeting in DC
June 29-July 3: "Vacation"
July 7-9: MediaComp Workshop in Boston (actually, Microsoft facility in Waltham)
July 10-11: First Courses Workshop at Amherst
July 14-15: Snowbird
July 26-30: Microsoft Faculty Summit (while Barb is teaching July 27-31 in Las Vegas.)
August 3-9: "Vacation"
Aug 10-13: Alice + MediaComp Workshop in Orlando (most likely, this will be Barbara only – despite my fondness for Imagineered theme parks...)
Aug 14-16: SIGCSE 2009 Logistics Meeting in Chattanooga
June 1-4: Teach in Sweden (Fly back on 5th, sleep on 6th)
June 8-14: "Vacation" – working at home on SIGCSE 2009 and 2nd edition of book
June 23-25: MediaComp Workshop in Chicago
June 29-July 5: "Vacation"
April 7-11: Taking week off (Kids have Spring Break)
April 25-26: ACM Ed Council meeting in Boston.
May 7-9: CSE@50 at the University of Michigan
May 19-23: MediaComp and First Courses workshops at Georgia Tech
May 25-31: Vacationing in Sweden
Jan 2-5: Skiing in Utah!
Feb 1: Keynote talk for Georgia Technical Colleges at Griffin
Feb 14-18: Kids off school, going on a cruise.
Feb 21-22: AACCD Meeting at Macon State
Feb 28-March 3: Microsoft Academic Days on Game Development Conference
March 11-16: SIGCSE 2008 in Portland!
May 28: Banquet Speaker at ACM SE 2008 in Auburn
Nov 6-7: Barb's Birthday and NCWIT Meeting in Seattle
Nov. 8: Distinguished Lecture Speech at U. British-Columbia.
Nov. 16-17: Liberal Arts and Computer Science Symposium in Charleston (I keynote!)
Dec 13-14 ACM Ed Board meeting
Aug 21-24 (T-F): Apple Hill Learning Lab
Sept. 1-3: Family Camping at Girl Scouts' Misty Mountain.
Sept. 7-9: SIGCSE Program Weekend (here in Atlanta, but virtually gone)
Sept. 14-16: ICER 2007 (here in Atlanta, but virtually gone)
Sept. 24-25: NCAA Recertification visit (here in Atlanta, but virtually gone)
Sept. 28-30: Camping with Katie at the Girl Scouts Mountain Jubilee
Oct 16-21: SIGCSE 2008 Program Committee meeting in Portland
May 11-12 (F-S): First Courses Workshop (here in Atlanta, but virtually gone)
May 14-17 (M-Th): BPC and NCWIT meetings
May 28-June 2 (Tuesday-Sat: U. Aarhus for Caspersen defense
June 11-13 (M-W): Media Computation workshop (here in Atlanta, but virtually gone)
June 21-22 (Th-F): May be on NSF Review Panel
June 28 (Th): Speaking at CSIT Conference (here in Atlanta, but virtually gone)
July 4-8 (Wed-Sun): Running the Peachtree! Then vacation with my family.
July 16-19 (Mon-Th): First Courses Workshop at Georgia Southern
July 25-28 (Wed-F): Google Faculty Summit
Feb 8-9: AACCD Meeting
Feb 20: Speak at Wake Forest
Feb 27: Speak at Georgia Perimeter College
Feb 28-March 1: NSF SoD PI Meeting
March 2: New Face of Computing Symposium
March 6-11: SIGCSE 2007 in Northern Kentucky.
March 19-23: SPRING BREAK
Oct 5-6: Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference in San Diego –
Oct 15-22: Out all week! First half of the week: University Leadership Program. Second half of the week: SIGCSE 2007 Program Committee.
Nov. 15-17: NCWIT (it's here, but it'll be as if I'm gone)
Dec. 18-20: Workshop in Blekinge, Sweden (BTH).
Sept. 9-10: ICER 2006 at University of Kent at Canterbury
CCSC Central Plains Conference at Northwest Missouri State University
. I'm the keynote speaker.
April 29-31, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO.
May 17-18, NCWIT meeting
June 2006 to August 2006
Teaching at Worcester College, Oxford University, UK. Starting June 26 and ending August 8.
I'll be teaching
With Richard Catrambone, we'll be teaching
– the methods from Levitt and Dunber's
Freakonomics: A rogue economist explores the hidden side of everything
and computational tools for implementing those methods.
March 20-24, two lectures at
Blekinge Institute of Technology, Karlskrona, Sweden
March 31, Florida State University College of Information research colloquia.
Feb. 28-March 1-5,
I'm co-chairing the Doctoral Consortium, starting with dinner Tuesday Feb. 28 and all day Wednesday March 1
Multimedia Projects for CS1 and CS2
with Barbara Ericson. Workshops 1-11 which will be held on Wednesday, March 1, 2006,between 7:00 PM and 10:00 PM in Room 346 A and B.
Thursday at 10, I'm meeting with Richard Anderson and Sally Fincher.
I'm going to demonstrate Media Computation at the Prentice-Hall booth Thursday 12-12:30.
Meeting with Sue Fitzgerald 1-2 pm Thursday, my co-chair for SIGCSE 2008 Program and 2009 Conference.
Barbara Ericson will demonstrate Media Computation at the P-H booth Friday 10-10:30.
Friday lunch 12-2 for the Addison-Wesley Computer Science Advisory Board
Friday 3:15 pm meeting with Alan Apt of McGraw-Hill
Successful Approaches to Teaching Introductory Computer Science Courses with Python
Scheduled for Friday, March 3, 2006 between 4:00 PM and 5:15 PM in Room Grand Ballroom L.
Friday night: Emerging Robotics Resources in Undergraduate CS 340AB Workshop 7-10 pm
Saturday morning 7:30-8:30: Breakfast with Tracy Dunkelberger of Prentice-Hall.
Saturday at 10:10 – meet with Pete Henderson of Butler.
Feb 9-10, at Georgia Southern University, University System of Georgia, Academic Advisory Committee on Computing Disciplines (AACCD). I'm the incoming chair.
Jan 4-6, Prentice-Hall National Sales Meeting in Orlando, FL.
Nov 17-18, meetings of the
Academic Alliance, at CMU, hosted by
Nov 19-23, family trip to Disney World
Oct 25, Visiting Georgia Southwestern State University
Sept. 28-Oct 2, Attending first
International Computing Education Research workshop
and speaking at U. Washington-Tacoma.
Apple Hill Learning Lab Aug. 24-27
Sept. 3-6, Family Vacation
Sept. 22, University of Central Florida
Oct. 18: National Science Foundation visit
Oct 29 and 30, Dennison University
Nov. 13-20: Taking a cruise to Mexico!
Nov. 24-28: Going to Michigan for Thanksgiving
Dec. 2: Ohio State University
Feb 3-4, University System of Georgia
Academic Advisory Committee on Computing Disciplines
meeting, at GPC.
Feb 16-18, NSF PI's meeting for (now defunct)
Conference, Feb. 23-27. Need to leave by Feb 22 for dinner.
April 6-8, Visiting family in Florida.
May 24-25, meetings of the
Academic Alliance, in Boulder.
July 6, Hope College
July 8, Bowling Green State University
Aug. 23-26, Attending Apple Hill Learning Lab, focus on