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2005 CPSR Annual Meeting & Norbert Wiener Award Reception

Saturday, October 29

All Saints Episcopal Church
555 Waverley Street (between University and Hamilton)
Palo Alto, CA, USA

Membership Meeting

11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 
2:00 p.m.- 5:30 p.m.

The Meeting is an opportunity for members to meet with the Board and a newly formed Advisory Council, face-to-face, for an extended discussion focusing intensively on the state of CPSR and a Strategic Plan.  The Board wants members to be involved in planning our future direction and prospects. By the way, at a Members' Meeting, The CPSR ByLaws state that, "Ten percent (10%) of the members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business at a meeting of the members." We will announce special steps to facilitate that conversation. For now, please save the date.

To join CPSR, renew your lapsed membership in CPSR, or  register to attend as a current member in good standing, use

Norbert Wiener Award Reception for Douglas Engelbart

CPSR is awarding its 2005 award for professional and social responsibility in computing to Douglas Engelbart for being a pioneer of human-computer interface technology, inventor of the mouse, and social-impact visionary. Find out more.

The public is invited to  register to attend, using . 

Read about the Wiener AwardPast Winners, Douglas Engelbart, and Norbert Wiener.

CPSR has reserved a very limited number of discounted rooms at The Creekside Inn.
If you want to inquire about using one of these rooms, contact cpsr(a) ASAP.

Members are welcome to contribute to the planning process. Volunteers for many aspects of the events are needed.

Please contact cpsr(a) if you are interested in helping with the weekend.

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We thank Cisco Systems for providing breakfast, lunch, refreshments, coffee, and sponsoring the Wiener Award Reception.


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