CSAB has lost one of its founders. Raymond “Ray” Miller was chair of the joint ACM and IEEE Computer Society task force that led to computing accreditation and the creation of the Computing Sciences Accreditation Board in 1984. As CSAB’s first Vice President, Miller helped guide the organization in its formative years and played a substantial role in shaping computing accreditation as we know it. This is just one of Miller’s many contributions to the computing profession. Read more in Communications of the ACM.