• Have you ever read about a conference that you’d love to go to, but know that it’s impossible? Impossible because it’s overseas and your university doesn’t support overseas travel? Impossible because your research is in areas not covered by your advisor’s grants? Impossible because your institution has no travel funding whatsoever? Now there is hope. […]

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  • The following blog post was first published in March of 2017. In June SIGCHI was advised of the new ACM Policy Against Discrimination and Harassment for Members and Event Attendees. This blog post remains online as a record from March of 2017 of what was communicated to our membership then. Nothing stated in this post […]

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  • SIGCHI is pleased to announce the recipients of its awards for 2017. See the list of SIGCHI Awards for 2017: 2017 SIGCHI Awards

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  • Applications are now invited from SIGCHI student members to represent SIGCHI at the 2017 ACM Turing Celebration Event. ACM’s “50 years of the ACM Turing Award” Celebration will be on June 23-24, 2017. At this, ACM Turing laureates will join other ACM award recipients and experts in moderated panel discussions exploring how computing has evolved and […]

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  • The ACM SIGCHI (Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction) is an international society composed of scholars, professionals, and students from around the world. We value and require freedom of expression and freedom of movement to pursue our work, advance interaction technology and contribute to research, development and innovations in human-computer interaction. We therefore oppose needless […]

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  • The goal of the SSTG is to pre-approve students for grants before a conference’s earliest submission deadline, so that if a student gets a submission accepted, they can count on having a grant awarded for travel to the conference. Jan 19th 2017. We are pleased to announce an update to the SIGCHI Student Travel Grant […]

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  • SIGCHI now sponsors or co-sponsors 24 different conferences. In 2016 it provided in-cooperation support to a further 39 conferences. Work is ongoing by the archive team to publish historical data about SIGCHI conferences including acceptance rates, locations, organizing committees, as well as attendance and financial data (when available). We are also extending our historical record of […]

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  • Gary Marsden Student Development Fund In recognition of Gary Marsden’s contributions and inspiration in HCI4D and support of HCI in the developing world, ACM SIGCHI established the Gary Marsden Student Development Fund in 2015. This fund is especially intended for sponsoring postgraduate students (Master or PhD degree) from and currently based in developing countries to attend SIGCHI (co)sponsored […]

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  • Position papers for the CHI 2014 Workshop, “Developing a Living Curriculum to Support Global HCI Education” The following Workshop papers were written by attendees at the 2014 CHI Workshop, “Developing a Living Curriculum to Support Global HCI Education.” Ashktorab, Z. & Bowser, A. “How do I get back to my homescreen?”: Education on tablet usage […]

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  •   Report of 2012 Education Activities Provided to the EC for feedback in early 2013. Final Report on SIGCHI Education Project, 2011-2014 This report summarizes the activities of the SIGCHI Education Project from 2011-2014. It was presented to the SIGCHI Executive Committee in February 2015.

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