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Mark Your Calendars!

As we wrap-up a successful conference for 2018, it’s time to look forward to next year!

In 2019, we are welcomed to the campus of St. Charles Community College in Cottleville, Missouri. Founded in 1987, the campus primarily serves some of the largest school districts in the state and currently offers seven AAS Computer Science Degrees in addition to multiple certificate options including Computer Programming, Cyber Security, Database Management, Management Information Systems, Multimedia and Web Design, Network Security and Networking.

Conference Chair, Rex McKanry, is well underway coordinating the details which will be updated on this, our newly redesigned website, when available. As usual, the program will include Academic Presentations and Contests for Students. If you’ve never attended a CCSC Conference, we encourage you to do so! There is always a wealth of information shared by Computer Science colleagues from around the region making it a great way to learn new tricks for your classroom.

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About Us

As a proud member of the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, CCSC:Central Plains holds a yearly regional meeting enabling faculty from throughout the Central Plains area to gather to learn, network, and get energized about teaching and new developments in the Computing disciplines.

If you live in the Central Plains — primarily Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, but we welcome people from everywhere — then please consider joining us at our 25th annual conference, on April 5-6, 2019, at St. Charles Community College, in Cottleville, MO.

Whether you are a new faculty member looking to publish your first paper(s), a tenured professor just trying to keep up with what’s new, or a K-12 teacher wanting to bring something novel to the classroom, CCSC:Central Plains is the conference for you!

Of course, beyond a great lineup of papers, panels, tutorials, and workshops, we will have an awesome programming contest and career fair that your students will not want to miss.

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