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  • BCS Fellow, Professor Chris Clegg, 67, who was the former Professor of Organisational Psychology in the Leeds University Business School, died peacefully at his home in Dore, Sheffield, on December 28.
  • Renowned academic, activist and the founder of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT's BCSWomen group Dr Sue Black has been honoured in the new year's Honours List for 2016.
  • FDM Group and everywoman are seeking technology's role models for the 2016 FDM everywoman in Technology Awards.
  • On Thursday 10 December 2015, Ada Lovelace, the first programmer, would be 200 years old.
  • The nomination process is now open for the Distinguished Fellowship Award.
  • BCS, The Chartered Institute of IT took on the challenge of improving diversity within the UK science community. By signing up to the Declaration on Diversity, Equality and Inclusion, we publicly committed to delivering a workforce that is more representative of those it serves.
  • CESG, the Information Security arm of GCHQ, has responded to calls to extend its successful, UK-based Certified Professional scheme (CCP) to non-UK residents.
  • An Information Standards notification and the release of formal documentation, confirmed the arrival this month of the healthcare accessible information standard (AIS), officially known as SCCI1605 - Accessible Information.
  • The City of Glasgow College is currently undertaking a project with a partner college in Malta. The two colleges are writing a large number of units across all levels, however, as the project is getting near its end a few units in Information and Computer Technology still require writers.
  • With the General Election set for 7 May, BCS, techUK and Computer Weekly held a debate with the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties to discuss the hot technology issues.