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41EEOwen L. Astrachan, Henry MacKay Walker, Chris Stephenson, Lien Diaz, Janice E. Cuny: Advanced placement computer science: the future of tracking the first year of instruction. SIGCSE 2009: 397-398
40EESusan M. Haller, Brian Ladd, Scott T. Leutenegger, John Nordlinger, Jody Paul, Henry MacKay Walker, Carol Zander: Games: good/evil. SIGCSE 2008: 219-220
39EEHenry MacKay Walker: Advertising and recruiting. SIGCSE Bulletin 40(2): 16-17 (2008)
38EEHenry MacKay Walker: Reading and class work. SIGCSE Bulletin 39(2): 13-14 (2007)
37EEHenry MacKay Walker: What image do CS1/CS2 present to our students? SIGCSE Bulletin 39(4): 18-19 (2007)
36EEDavid B. Levine, Henry MacKay Walker: XP practices applied to grading. SIGCSE 2006: 173-177
35EEHenry MacKay Walker: Thoughts about lecturing. SIGCSE Bulletin 38(2): 13-15 (2006)
34EEHenry MacKay Walker: Thoughts on student feedback to help teaching. SIGCSE Bulletin 38(4): 13-14 (2006)
33EEHenry MacKay Walker: Mathematics and CS topics in the CS classroom. SIGCSE Bulletin 37(2): 15-17 (2005)
32EEHenry MacKay Walker: What should be in a syllabus? SIGCSE Bulletin 37(4): 19-21 (2005)
31EEAlyce Brady, Kim B. Bruce, Robert E. Noonan, Allen B. Tucker, Henry MacKay Walker: The 2003 model curriculum for a liberal arts degree in computer science: preliminary report. SIGCSE 2004: 282-283
30EEDoug Baldwin, Bill Marion, Henry MacKay Walker: Status report on the SIGCSE committee on the implementation of a discrete mathematics course. SIGCSE 2004: 98-99
29EEHenry MacKay Walker: What teachers should, can, and cannot do. SIGCSE Bulletin 36(2): 20-21 (2004)
28EEHenry MacKay Walker: Academic honesty in the classroom. SIGCSE Bulletin 36(4): 18-19 (2004)
27EESandra DeLoatch, Henry MacKay Walker, Frank H. Young: On serving as department chair: suggestions from veterans. SIGCSE 2003: 187-188
26EEHenry MacKay Walker: Lessons from the CUPM. SIGCSE Bulletin 35(2): 19-21 (2003)
25EEHenry MacKay Walker: Do computer games have a role in the computing classroom? SIGCSE Bulletin 35(4): 18-20 (2003)
24 Judith L. Gersting, Henry MacKay Walker, Scott Grissom: Proceedings of the 33rd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 2002, Cincinnati, Kentucky, USA, February 27 - March 3, 2002 ACM 2002
23EEHenry MacKay Walker, Weichao Ma, Dorene Mboya: Variability of referees' ratings of conference papers. ITiCSE 2002: 178-182
22EEMordechai Ben-Ari, Henry MacKay Walker, Gaynor Redvers-Mutton, Keith Mansfield: Writing a textbook. ITiCSE 2002: 94-95
21EEHenry MacKay Walker: SIGCSE 2002 forum: introducing SIGCSE committees: a new initiative to support computing education through SIGCSE-member involvement. SIGCSE 2002: 368
20EEHenry MacKay Walker: Teaching and a sense of the dramatic: act II. SIGCSE Bulletin 34(4): 18-19 (2002)
19 Henry MacKay Walker, Renée A. McCauley, Judith L. Gersting, Ingrid Russell: Proceedings of the 32rd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 2001, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 2001 ACM 2001
18EEJoyce Currie Little, Mary J. Granger, Elizabeth S. Adams, Jaana Holvikivi, Susan K. Lippert, Henry MacKay Walker, Alison Young: Integrating cultural issues into the computer and information technology curriculum. SIGCSE Bulletin 33(2): 136-154 (2001)
17EEHenry MacKay Walker: SIGCSE treasurer's report for the June 2001 SIGCSE bulletin. SIGCSE Bulletin 33(2): 60-62 (2001)
16EEPeter B. Henderson, Doug Baldwin, Venu Dasigi, Marcel Dupras, Jane Fritz, David Ginat, Don Goelman, John Hamer, Lewis E. Hitchner, Will Lloyd, Bill Marion, Charles Riedesel, Henry MacKay Walker: Striving for mathematical thinking. SIGCSE Bulletin 33(4): 114-124 (2001)
15EEHenry MacKay Walker: Teaching and a sense of the dramatic. SIGCSE Bulletin 33(4): 16-17 (2001)
14EEHenry MacKay Walker: Notes on the academic job market and hiring strategies. SIGCSE Bulletin 33(4): 32-34 (2001)
13 Boots Cassel, Nell B. Dale, Henry MacKay Walker, Susan M. Haller: Proceedings of the 31st SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 2000, Austin, Texas, USA, March 7-12, 2000 ACM 2000
12EEOwen L. Astrachan, Robert Cartwight, Rich Kick, Cay S. Horstmann, Fran Trees, Gail Chapman, David Gries, Henry MacKay Walker, Ursula Wolz: Recommendations for changes in advanced placement computer science (panel session). SIGCSE 2000: 416
11EEHenry MacKay Walker, J. Paul Myers Jr., Stuart H. Zweben, Allen B. Tucker, Grant Braught: The crisis in academic hiring in computer science. SIGCSE 1999: 362-363
10EEHenry MacKay Walker, Laura Baker, Gail Chapman, Kathleen Larson, Joe Kmoch: SIGCSE panel: approaches for encouraging high school/college faculty interaction (panel). SIGCSE 1998: 368-369
9EEHenry MacKay Walker: Collaborative learning: a case study for CS1 at Grinnell College and Austin. SIGCSE 1997: 209-213
8 Henry MacKay Walker, G. Michael Schneider: A Revised Model Curriculum for a Liberal Arts Degree in Computer Science. Commun. ACM 39(12): 85-95 (1996)
7EEHenry MacKay Walker, Nancy Baxter, Robert D. Cupper, G. Michael Schneider: The computer science major within a liberal arts environment (abstract). SIGCSE 1995: 378-379
6EEHenry MacKay Walker, H. Conrad Cunningham, Ruth Davis, Douglas R. Troeger: Formal methods in the undergraduate computer science curriculum (abstract). SIGCSE 1995: 398-399
5EEHenry MacKay Walker, Kim B. Bruce, James Bradley, Tom Whaley: Describing the CS forest to undergraduates (abstract). SIGCSE 1994: 369-370
4EEHenry MacKay Walker: Program verification (tutorial session): techniques and uses. SIGCSE 1990: 254
3EECharles M. Shub, Owen L. Astrachan, David B. Levine, Stuart Reges, Henry MacKay Walker: Faster, fairer, and more consistent grading, using techniques from the Advanced Placement reading (panel session). SIGCSE 1990: 266
2EEHenry MacKay Walker: Facilitating the transition from high school programming to college computer science (abstract only). ACM Conference on Computer Science 1985: 431
1EEHenry MacKay Walker: Administering a Distributed Data Base Management System. SIGMOD Record 12(3): 86-99 (1982)

Coauthor Index

1Elizabeth S. Adams [18]
2Owen L. Astrachan [3] [12] [41]
3Laura Baker [10]
4Doug Baldwin [16] [30]
5Nancy Baxter [7]
6Mordechai Ben-Ari [22]
7James Bradley [5]
8Alyce Brady [31]
9Grant Braught [11]
10Kim B. Bruce [5] [31]
11Robert Cartwight [12]
12Boots Cassel [13]
13Gail Chapman [10] [12]
14H. Conrad Cunningham [6]
15Janice E. Cuny [41]
16Robert D. Cupper [7]
17Nell B. Dale [13]
18Venu Dasigi [16]
19Ruth Davis [6]
20Sandra DeLoatch [27]
21Lien Diaz [41]
22Marcel Dupras [16]
23Jane Fritz [16]
24Judith L. Gersting [19] [24]
25David Ginat [16]
26Don Goelman [16]
27Mary J. Granger [18]
28David Gries [12]
29Scott Grissom (Scott B. Grissom) [24]
30Susan M. Haller [13] [40]
31John Hamer [16]
32Peter B. Henderson [16]
33Lewis E. Hitchner [16]
34Jaana Holvikivi [18]
35Cay S. Horstmann [12]
36Rich Kick [12]
37Joe Kmoch (Joseph W. Kmoch) [10]
38Brian Ladd [40]
39Kathleen Larson [10]
40Scott T. Leutenegger [40]
41David B. Levine [3] [36]
42Susan K. Lippert [18]
43Joyce Currie Little [18]
44Will Lloyd [16]
45Weichao Ma [23]
46Keith Mansfield [22]
47Bill Marion [16] [30]
48Dorene Mboya [23]
49Renée A. McCauley [19]
50J. Paul Myers Jr. [11]
51Robert E. Noonan [31]
52John Nordlinger [40]
53Jody Paul [40]
54Gaynor Redvers-Mutton [22]
55Stuart Reges [3]
56Charles Riedesel [16]
57Ingrid Russell [19]
58G. Michael Schneider [7] [8]
59Charles M. Shub [3]
60Chris Stephenson [41]
61Fran Trees [12]
62Douglas R. Troeger [6]
63Allen B. Tucker [11] [31]
64Tom Whaley [5]
65Ursula Wolz [12]
66Alison Young [18]
67Frank H. Young [27]
68Carol Zander [40]
69Stuart H. Zweben (Stu Zweben) [11]

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