ACM and the Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) seek a
volunteer editor-in-chief for its quarterly magazine ACM Inroads.
ACM Inroads serves professionals interested in advancing computing education on a global
scale. The magazine—written by computing educators for computing educators—presents an
array of thought-provoking commentaries from luminaries in the field together with a diverse
collection of articles that examine current research and practices within the computing
community. For more about ACM Inroads, see
The editor-in-chief is responsible for soliciting all editorial content for every issue. These
responsibilities include: soliciting articles from prospective authors; managing the magazine’s
editorial board and contributors; creating new editorial features, special sections, columns
and much more. For more information, see
The EiC search is open to applicants worldwide. Experience in and knowledge about the
issues, challenges, and advances in computing education a must.
This editorship commences on September 1, 2015. You must be willing and able to make a
three-year commitment to this post.
Please send your CV and vision statement expressing the reasons for your interest in the
position and your goals for Inroads to:
The ACM Publications Board will review all candidates.
PAVING THE WAY TOWARD EXCELLENCE IN COMPUTING EDUCATION
New Editor for ACM Inroads