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ACM SIGUCCS Fall 2004 ConferenceBaltimore, Maryland; October 10-13, 2004

Welcome

The 2004 Fall Conference of the ACM Special Interest Group on University and College Computing Services (ACM SIGUCCS) was held in Baltimore, Maryland, at the Waterfront Marriott, October 10-13, 2004.

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About the Fall Conference


If you spend your day helping others with their computing needs, whether you're on the front lines of a help desk or managing an IT department focused on assisting faculty (or anything in between) this conference is for you. The Fall Conference is intended for information technology professionals who are involved in computing support at academic institutions. SIGUCCS offers the opportunity to gather and discuss solutions to the challenges faced by consultants and managers who support students, faculty and staff at colleges and universities.


The Baltimore Harbor

History in the Making

The Fall 2004 Conference celebrates the history of SIGUCCS, culminating the last 32 years of ideas, collaboration and friendship. Join us in Baltimore as we create new traditions and form new friendships.

The conference will offer you the opportunity to attend technical sessions, panel discussions and two keynote speakers.

Baltimore: The Crab Capital of the East


Steamed Crabs

A visit to Baltimore wouldn't be complete without some butter dripping from elbows as crab-lovers enjoy the local crab feasts. Our Gala Event will feature crab cakes, grilled chicken and other local fare.

For those folks who aren't seafood lovers, spend an afternoon exploring Little Italy, the Baltimore Waterfront (complete with the ESPN Zone and the Baltimore Aquarium) and world famous Camden Yards. You will have time to get to know the history of Baltimore, through organized outings as well as with friends, old and new, during the evenings. More information about Baltimore is available at the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association.

See you at SIGUCCS 2004 for History in the Making!