Congratulations to Palmer D’Orazio, class of 2016! After graduation Palmer will be attending graduate school at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA where he will be pursing a Masters degree in Human Computer Interaction.
Congratulations to Jonathan Dunbar, class of 2016! After graduation he will be working as a software developer for Hex Innovation, a company founded by Hope CS graduates Timothy Cooke and John Stathakis.
Jhon will continue the work he has been doing already at Hex, focusing on front-end web development using the ReactJS framework, but also doing some API work to communicate with the back-end server and database.
Congratulations to Kirsten Monson, class of 2016! After graduation she will be a software engineer at Learning A-Z in Ann Arbor. Her responsibilities will include working mainly with Java and PHP in order to publish monthly features to supplemental curriculum materials for teachers and students.
Congratulations to the 2016 Computer Science Award Winners, which were announced at the college-wide Honors Convocation on Thursday, April 28, 2016.
The senior awards were given to Victoria Gonda and Palmer D’Orazio.
The Computer Science Senior Prize is a book award given to the graduating senior deemed to be the outstanding student by the faculty of the Computer Science department,
The Computer Science Department Leadership Award is given to a student who has demonstrated both outstanding service to the department and leadership among the student body. The award was established in 2007 to honor John Gould, and is given at the discretion of the departmental faculty when a student’s leadership abilities stand out from his/her peers. The award includes a gift certificate to the Hope-Geneva Bookstore.
The David M. Boundy Award is a financial award funded by David Boundy and given to the person in the graduating class who is deemed by the computer science faculty to have the greatest potential for making future contributions to the field of computer science
3 juniors received the Russel J. Kraay Award, a financial award funded by Dr. Russell J. Kraay and given to sophomore or junior students who, in the judgment of the computer science faculty, have demonstrated excellence in the field of computer science.
Congratulations to these students for their great work!