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As you are planning your travels for SIGCSE 2023, consider joining us a day early for a full-day affiliated event on Wednesday, March 15th on Innovations and Opportunities in Liberal Arts Computing Education sponsored by the SIGCSE Committee on Computing Education in Liberal Arts Colleges.

This event will include a morning session focused on topics covering the breadth of opportunities and challenges faced by liberal arts computing educators. An afternoon session will focus on the ACM/IEEE/AAAI CS2023 draft curriculum model. Members of the Committee will lead a workshop based on a liberal-arts focused process they have developed for curriculum review and revision that balances institutional identity with external guidelines for CS curricula. Feedback from this session will inform both the process under development and the Committee's advocacy efforts with the ACM/IEEE/AAAI curriculum task force. Throughout the event, sessions will give participants an opportunity to learn about work already taking place within the liberal arts computing community as well as to engage in Q&A and breakout discussions.

We will be sending out a full call for participation in the coming weeks, including an invitation for you to submit proposals for presentation. More details about the proposal and updated content is available at the event site at


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