Friday Night October 11, 2023
Alumni House - UAF
An award program for outstanding high school computer students.
Computer Science Students of Distinction Application
The CSSoD is an award program for High School Juniors and Seniors who are interested in pursuing a career in Computer Science. The program, which is facilitated by the Arkansas Computer Science Initiative, is administered by the Arkansas Academy of Computing. The AAOC is comprised of more than 200 members who have demonstrated a significant impact on computing in Arkansas.See Previous winners!
AAOC History Project
The Arkansas Academy of Computing has initiated a History Project to preserve many of the stories and artifacts of the founding of the computing business in Arkansas. Most of the true computing industry pioneers in Arkansas had no idea they would make a career and significant contributions in this new field and their stories are fascinating, informative, and inspirational.
2023 New Members with President David Douglas
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Jeston George, Don Faulkner, Ron Freeze, Jeff Johnson, Chrissy Cook, Eric Nelson, Lori Selby, and AAoC President David Douglas
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Make a Difference
To help mitigate this hardship of the high cost of college and ensure Arkansas technology demands are met, the Arkansas Academy of Computing (AAoC) provides scholarships only to computing programs at these Arkansas higher education institutions: Arkansas State University-Jonesboro, Arkansas Tech University-Russellville, Henderson State University-Arkadelphia, Southern Arkansas University-Magnolia, UA Fayetteville-Walton College ISYS, UA Fayetteville-Engineering EECS, UA Fort Smith, UA Monticello, UA Pine Bluff, UA Little Rock, UCA-Conway, and Ouachita Baptist University.
With your support of a tax-deductible gift to the AAoC Scholarship, you are making a difference in students’ lives and strengthening the tech capabilities of Arkansas. Every gift makes a difference. 100% of scholarship donations are distributed to student scholarships.
Donations can be made via three options; donations from $1-$499 go into the AAoC General Scholarship fund; donations $500 or more allows selection of school for the scholarship and the option of a 1 year named scholarship; or a donation of any amount can be made to an endowment. If you are an AAoC member, logging in first will minimize the required information for the donation.
Below are four endowment type funds. You can donate to any of them. The first one is the AAoC Charitable Scholarship Fund, the next three are employee group endowments. An endowment of $12,500 supports a $500 scholarship. By donating to these endowments, you assure their recognition and support AAoC funding for scholarships.
For more information or questions about the Arkansas Academy of Computing, please contact us at +1 (479) 575-6036 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 6, 2023 --2023 Women in IT Conference. Virtual Conference--register via link below.