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CIPS BC REMEMBERS  PROFESSOR EMERITUS  C. C (KELLY) GOTLIEB                                                                                          

 The founder of CIPS, Kelly Gotlieb, believed in the importance of professional networks. He worked very hard to establish CIPS across Canada. He created a forum for developing a professional network of contacts, collegial support and knowledge sharing.

Dr. Gotlieb's innovative vision has benefited CIPS members over several decades. First and foremost an educator, Dr. Gotlieb achieved incredible international success but always had time for CIPS. Read more about Canada's 'father of computing' in the links below.

CIPS BC remembers with great fondness your visit in November, 2011...an Honorary degree from the University of Victoria.

Thank you Kelly for your many years of dedicated service to CIPS and our professional community.

Dr. Gotlieb passed away on October 16, 2016.

 

Tribute from CIPS National website.

 

Recognitions

Member of the Order of Canada  Awarded on November 15, 1995; Invested on May 8, 1996

"He has been largely responsible for leading Canadians into the modern age of computing. He established the first department of computer science in Canada at the University of Toronto more than thirty years ago..."

(www.gg.ca)

He also received Golden Jubilee Medal and Diamond Jubilee Medal.

 

The speech delivered by Marilyn Harris, Hon. FCIPS, Past President of CIPS National, CIPS BC, at the University of Toronto Memorial Reception on November 15, 2016.  
Citation read on the occasion of the Granting of the degree of Honorary Doctor of Engineering to Calvin Gotlieb by the Senate of the University of Victoria on
November 10, 2011
   (credit: University of Victoria)
Extracted Article from the TimesColonist on November 11, 2011.  (credit: Carla Wilson, TimesColonist)
 

  

 Updated November 2016
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