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Gabow Named ACM Fellow


December 2002

Professor Harold (Hal) Gabow was one of 26 members of the Association for Computing Machinery to be recently named an ACM Fellow. The ACM Fellows program celebrates the exceptional contributions of leading individuals in the field of computing.

The ACM released the following announcement:

Harold (Hal) Gabow photo
2002 Fellows Hail From World's Leading Universities and Industries

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has recognized 26 of its members for their contributions in computer science and information technology. The new ACM Fellows reflect the makeup of ACM's diverse membership roster, with representation from men and women, from universities and corporations, from North America and abroad.

The new ACM Fellows join a distinguished list of colleagues to whom ACM and its members look for guidance and leadership in the critically important information technology world. Initiated in 1993, the Fellows program celebrates the exceptional contributions of the leading lights in the field. These achievers, many of whom have gone on to even greater recognition as pioneers in computing, have helped to enlighten developers, practitioners and end users of information technology throughout the world.

Additional information about the ACM Fellows award is available at

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