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Abelson, Hal 2011 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
For his contribution to computing education, through his innovative advances in curricula designed for students pursuing different kinds of computing expertise, and for his leadership in the movement for open educational resources.
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Dale, Nell B. 2001 For outstanding contributions to Computer Science education through her strong leadership, influential research in pedagogy, and many widely used textbooks. ACM DL Author Profile
Denning, Peter J 1996 For his efforts in developing a scientific core for operating systems, in formulating a curriculum, and in elucidating Computer Science to the broader scientific community. ACM DL Author Profile
Ericson, Barbara 2010 Georgia Institute of Technology
For their contributions to computing education, through the Media Computation (MediaComp) approach that they have created, supported, and disseminated, and its impact on broadening participation in computing.
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Felleisen, Matthias 2009 Northeastern University
For his visionary and long-term contributions to K-12 outreach programs, innovative textbooks, and pedagogically motivated software.
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Fox, Armando 2015 For leadership in online computing education through creation of innovative courses, tools, and inexpensive textbooks used worldwide providing access to quality software engineering education. ACM DL Author Profile
Gorgone, John 2002 For outstanding contributions to computing education through exceptional teaching and mentorship and for dedicated leadership and contributions in developing model curricula and accreditation standards in Information Systems. ACM DL Author Profile
Gries, David 1995 In recognition of his leadership in the training of several generations of computer science students. His visionary emphasis on critical thinking and mathematical precision in Computer Science has dramatically changed the face of computer science education. This viewpoint is exemplified by his widely used textbooks on compilers, on the science of programming, and on mathematical foundations for computer science; by his role in curriculum development; and by his training of graduate students who have seeded his view as successful educators at other universities. ACM DL Author Profile
Guzdial, Mark 2010 Georgia Institute of Technology
For their contributions to computing education, through the Media Computation (MediaComp) approach that they have created, supported, and disseminated, and its impact on broadening participation in computing.
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Harel, David 1992 A brilliant expositor, he has exposed laymen to deep computer science concepts through his widely acclaimed book Algorithmics, the Spirit of Computing (1987) and through numerous lectures to a variety of audiences. His work on Israeli national councils and ministerial committees is profoundly influencing curricula at both the high-school and university level. ACM DL Author Profile
Hopcroft, John E 2008 Cornell University
For his vision of and impact on computer science, including co- authoring field-defining texts on theory and algorithms, which continue to influence students 40 years later, advising PhD students who themselves are now contributing greatly to computer science, and providing influential leadership in computer science research and education at the national and international level.
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Katz, Randy H. 1999 For outstanding contributions to Computer Science education as teacher, mentor, researcher, and educational innovator. ACM DL Author Profile
Liu, C.L. 1989 Professor Liu is an educator in the truest sense of the word. He is a highly regarded author of computer science textbooks, a superb teacher, inside and outside the classroom, and has contributed significantly to computer science educational programs at both the national and international levels. ACM DL Author Profile
Patt, Yale N. 2000 For great ability, dedication, and success in developing computer science education, and for outstanding achievements as a teacher. ACM DL Author Profile
Patterson, David 1991 For his pioneering work on RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computing), his course series on RISC that produced a whole generation of academicians, and for his novel approach to teaching computer science to non-CS majors. ACM DL Author Profile
Pausch, Randy 2007 For his outstanding creative contributions to the art of teaching and mentoring and for the innovative Alice programming environment with which novices can create interactive 3D experiences. ACM DL Author Profile
Roberts, Eric S 2012 Stanford University
For his outstanding contributions to computing education over decades, through international leadership and intellectual contributions in developing effective computing curricula.
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Rodger, Susan 2013 Duke University
For her outstanding contributions to the teaching of computer science theory, to the development of computer science education in primary and secondary schools, and to service on behalf of the computer science education community.
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Russell, Stuart J 2005 University of California, Berkeley
For outstanding contributions to computing education by placing the teaching of artificial intelligence on a statistical and quantitative foundation, and for dedicated mentoring of students and junior researchers in his field.
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Sahni, Sartaj K 2003 For outstanding contributions to computing education through inspired teaching, development of courses and curricula for distance education, and authoring significant textbooks in several areas including discrete mathematics, data structures, algorithms, and parallel and distributed computing. ACM DL Author Profile
Silberschatz, Abraham 1998 For his contributions to Computer Science Education through his books and mentoring of students. ACM DL Author Profile
Sussman, Gerald 1990 For his important and pioneering work in teaching introductory computer science. Among his many contributions in this area are the Scheme programming language, and the well known text Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, written with Harold Abelson. ACM DL Author Profile
Tanenbaum, Andrew S. 1994 For his influential contributions to computer science education, especially in computer systems. Professor Tanenbaum has written five textbooks in the areas of computer architecture, networks, and operating systems, and he has developed many software systems, most notably MINIX, specifically for educational use. These textbooks and software systems are in wide use internationally. He has also produced Ph.D. students who themselves are successful educators and researchers in computer systems. ACM DL Author Profile
Ullman, Jeffrey D 1997 For his profound and lasting impact on computer science education through the books he has written, and the doctoral students he has supervised. ACM DL Author Profile
van Dam, Andries 1993 For sustained contributions to computer science education, especially in the areas of graphics and user interfaces. Through his writings, programs, films, and personal enthusiasm, he has inspired generations of students at Brown University and computer users everywhere. ACM DL Author Profile
Wulf, William A 2014 University of Virginia
For contributions as a teacher, author, and national leader who focused attention and changed the national education agenda and in the process supported the needs of underserved and under-represented students.
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