The Educational Activities Board (EAB) develops, implements and evaluates all educational activities in the computer fields at all levels. The EAB reports directly to the Computer Society's Board of Governors.
The EAB is currently chaired by Jean-Luc Gaudiot, Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California - Irvine. The current roster is here.
The EAB has the following specific goals:
- Increase interest in computing disciplines.
- Provide support for educational programs in computing at all levels.
- With the Professional Activities Board, identify the needs of members and nonmembers for continuing professional education and training.
- Prototype, develop and implement continuing professional education and training for members and nonmembers.
- Through its programs, attract and retain members.
- Contribute financial support to other programs.
The EAB has six primary activities, each led by a committee