Issue No. 12 - December (1977 vol. 10)
M.C. Mulder , Bonneville Power Administration
A question often asked of those closely associated with the affairs of the Computer Society is, "What can the society do for me?" Occasionally I have asked the same question. In these introductory comments, I would like to present one way in which our society, using part of the dues we each pay each year along with a great amount of volunteer effort, has been addressing the current and future needs of society members. The effort has to do with education in computer science and engineering; the results are partly evidenced by the ten solicited articles of this special supplement, which present the results of the Computer Society's Model Curriculum Subcommittee Report, A Curriculum in Computer Science and Engineering (EHOI 19-8).
M. Mulder, "Computer Science and Engineering Education Introduction and Overview," in Computer, vol. 10, no. , pp. 69-71, 1977.