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SIGs Announce Candidates For Election


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In accordance with ACM Bylaw 6, the following SIGs will hold elections in 2008: SIGCAS; SIGGRAPH; SIGSIM, and SIGUCCS.

ACM Policy and Procedures require that those SIGs holding elections notify their membership of candidates for elected offices. Here is a list of SIGs that have submitted their slate of candidates. Additional information will appear in the March issue of Communications.

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SIGCAS

Executive Committee

Florence Appel
Diana Burley
Lani Fraizer
Benjamin Gerber
Joseph D. Oldham
Mark Perry
David G. Robinson
Steve Sawyer
Bruce F. Webster

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SIGGRAPH

Chair

Anthony (Tony) Baylis
G. Scott Owen

Vice-Chair

Paul Debevec
James Foley

Director at Large

Marie-Paule Cani
James F. O'Brien

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SIGSIM

Chair

Osman Balci
George F. Riley

Vice-Chair

David W. Bauer
John A. "Drew" Hamilton, Jr.

Secretary/Treasurer

Margaret Loper
Levent Yilmaz

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SIGUCCS

Chair

Teresa Lockard
Bob Haring- Smith

Board of Directors

Nancy J. Bauer
Timothy Foley
Jim Bostick
Diane Jung
Pat Kohrman
Patti Mitch
Alex Nagorski
Gail Farally-Semerad
Steven Timmins
Kelly Wainwright

In accordance with the SIG Bylaws, additional candidates may be placed on the ballot by petition.

All candidates must be Professional members of ACM, as well as members of the SIG. Anyone interested in petitioning must inform ACM Headquarters (Pat Ryan, ACM, 2 Penn Plaza, Suite 701, NY, NY 10121) and the SIG Secretary of their intent to petition by March 15th.

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Footnotes

DOI: http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1314215.1314233


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Article Contents:
  • Introduction
  • SIGCAS
  • SIGGRAPH
  • SIGSIM
  • SIGUCCS
  • Footnotes