consortium for computing sciences in colleges : central plains
As a proud member of the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, CCSC:Central Plains holds a yearly regional meeting enabling faculty from throughout the Central Plains area to gather to learn, network, and get energized about teaching and new developments in the Computing disciplines.
If you live in the Central Plains — primarily Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, but we welcome people from everywhere — then please consider joining us at our 21st annual conference, on April 10-11, 2015, at College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, MO. As always, we will have a great lineup of papers, panels, tutorials, workshops and a programming contest that your students will not want to miss.
- Workshop news: due to weather-related transportation issues the pre-conference workshop has been canceled -- our apologies to all concerned.
- Breaking news: the final version of our conference program -- and it is (to use a technical term) awesome!! -- is now available for your reading pleasure.
- Are your students interested in writing a paper? New for this year is a Student Paper category, and we would be delighted if your students walked away with the Best Student Paper award.
- Deadlines for papers/panels/tutorials/workshops have been extended until Wednesday, December 10th.
- Our registration desk is now open for business!
- Do you have a great computing-related idea that needs to be told? We can help! Check out our authors page to select a category - paper, panel, tutorial, workshop, nifty assignment or lightning talk - and then visit our new submission portal, now open for business!
- Our Call For Papers is now available for your reading pleasure.
- Planning has started on our 2015 conference, under the watchful eye of our new conference chair, Jim Buchan. Stay tuned for further developments, and if you wish to be automatically notified when updates are made on this website, let us know!
Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!
CCSC:CP receives substantial moral and financial support from our National Partners — Aldebaran Robotics, Carnegie Mellon, NSF, Oracle Academy, turingscraft — as well as ACM, and SIGCSE; the conference committee also wishes to personally thank the Upsilon Pi Epsilon Honor Society for their continued student support.