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October 8, 2009

Wiedemeier selected to chair National Partners Program

The Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges recently appointed an assistant professor of computer science at the University of Louisiana at Monroe to serve as its new National Partners Chair.

Dr. Paul D. Wiedemeier was selected to chair the program, which provides organizations and agencies exhibit space at all CCSC conferences and listings in its publications.

Wiedemeier is an assistant professor in the Computer Science and Computer Information Systems Department in ULM's College of Business Administration.

"I am honored that the CCSC National Board has appointed me to servr as their new National Partners Program Chair and excited to represent ULM at the national level," said Wiedemeier.

"We are very excited that Dr. Wiedemeier has been selected for this national position," said College of Business Administration Dean Ron Berry. "He has been very active in the Consortium for several years, and this new leadership appointment is a testament to his outstanding leadership abilities."

CCSC's National Partners receive several perks for membership.

Among those benefits: A display booth in a high attendee traffic area at any or all nine regional conferences for one year; free registration at all regional conferences; listing as a national partner in each regional conference program and on all official CCSC Web sites; the right to cite CCSC National Partner status in newsletters and/or Web site and the company logo and web site link on the CCSC Web site.

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