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Departmental and 50 For the Future Awards

The Department of Computer Science is proud to announce the Departmental Award Winners and 50 For The Future Award Winners for 2009 - 2010.

Award Descriptions

Computer Science Departmental Awards 2009-2010

Graduate students
  • Joseph Kaylor
  • Dijkstra Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement
  • Andrew Block
  • Turing High Achievement Award
  • Christopher Bun
  • Turing High Achievement Award
  • Carl Layton
  • Turing High Achievement Award
  • Yumin Li
  • Turing High Achievement Award
  • Matthew Wojtowicz
  • Grace Murray Hopper Service and Leadership Award
Undergraduate Students
  • Frederick Stanley Gebala
  • Dijkstra Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement
  • Emily Brand
  • Grace Murray Hopper Service and Leadership Award
    Departmental Honors
  • Sean Patrick Lennon
  • Turing High Achievement Award
    Departmental Honors
  • Eric Thomas Sauer
  • Departmental Honors
  • Denis Sitailo
  • Turing High Achievement Award

Computer Science Departmental Awards Pic

 

50 for the Future

Graduate Students
  • Emily Brand (Computer Science)
  • Yumin Li (Computer Science)
  • Jyothi Sawlani (Computer Science)
  • Xingchen Su (Computer Science)
Undergraduate students
  • Vinicio Reynoso (Bioinformatics)

 

The Illinois Technology Foundation annually selects 50 student winners based on the following criteria:

  1. Student Demonstrates
    • interest in technology
    • aptitude in technology
    • ability to apply technology
    • technical knowledge
  2. Demonstrates a capacity for innovative thinking
  3. Demonstrates leadership skills
  4. Involved in community or school activities
  5. Exhibits a passion to act
  6. Has effective communication and listening skills

 

Pictures of Loyola awardees, guests, and volunteers at the 2010 "50 for the Future" competition.

 

A complete list of winners can be viewed at http://www.50ForTheFuture.org.

 

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