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Imagine having the opportunity to go behind the scenes and work as an integral part of one of the largest and most exciting professional conferences on this planet. This priceless experience gives you the opportunity to meet and learn directly from industry professionals, artists, and teachers while assisting conference attendees and supporting conference programs and events. As a Student Volunteer, you have admission to all programs, receptions, and many special Student Volunteer events, including résumé and portfolio reviews, and presentations by industry heavyweights!
Call for Participation for a project to archive available past and present research and imagery from the professional and scholastic arenas of Computer Graphics and Art. Texts and images will be recorded on the ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee website.
The ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee's Education Forum will wrap up the SIGGRAPH 2007 Educators Program
The annual ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee dinner will be sponsored this year by the Savannah College of Art & Design.
The ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee would like your help in determining the needs of educators who have developed, or are in the process of developing, a video game component for their schools. Your input will help us in determining future content and exploration of this exciting form of media.
The 2007 Education Committee Annual Report and the 2007 Space-Time Student Exhibition Catalog are now available for download.
The winners, honorable mentions and exhibitors of the 2007 SpaceTime Student Competition & Exhibition have been published.
This workshop focused on developing computer graphics curricula within a computer science context in the light of the Bologna education framework. The workshop was held during the Eurographics 2006 conference in Vienna, with a significant component of ACM SIGGRAPH members among its 23 international participants.
The exhibition schedule for the 2006 Space Time Traveling Student Exhibition is now on-line.
The ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee's Curriculum Working Group has issued a report on the status of its Curriculum Knowledge Base Project.