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Join us for the 35th annual SIGUCCS Management Symposium of ACM's Special Interest Group on University and College Computing Services (SIGUCCS), April 6-8, 2008 at the Tucson Marriott University Park hotel.

This year's theme, "An Oasis of IT Solutions" will attract higher education IT leaders and future leaders to beautiful Tucson. The symposium brings together diverse views to challenge your thoughts, while providing an intimate environment conducive to enabling real discourse toward real solutions. The symposium has a history of providing interesting and relevant program content in a friendly atmosphere that lends itself to making rewarding and lasting professional contacts. Whether you are a veteran CIO or on a leadership/management track, you'll leave the symposium with new thoughts, new ideas, new friends, and a connection to a professional network of your peers. The symposium's unique and highly successful format, features focused presentations, facilitated discussion sessions and panels along with outstanding keynote speakers. Sessions are organized into three program tracks that focus on an area of interest to those with IT leadership responsibilities in institutions of higher education, whether large universities or small colleges. The program tracks are:

  • Leadership and Professional Development
  • Service Enrichment through Innovations in Technology
  • Strategic Planning, Alliances, Funding, and Staffing

*Who Should Participate?

CIOs
Directors
Managers
Project Leaders
Team Leaders
Staff on leadership tracks

*Conference Events

Opening Keynote Speaker
Opening Reception
Plenary Keynote Speaker
Closing Plenary Panel
Presentations
Facilitated Panel Discussions
"Birds of a Feather" Sessions
Ongoing Networking
Hospitality Suite

 

CSMS Conference

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April 6-8, 2008
Tucson Marriott University Park

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