Upsilon Pi Epsilon ACM Student Chapter Scholarship Award
The UPE ACM STUDENT CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
In the search for excellence and professional commitment to the computing and information technology field, The Executive Council of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE), the Honor Society for Computing Sciences, and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) announces the UPE ACM STUDENT CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP AWARD.
The Executive Council of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) wish to encourage academic excellence for students in the computing discipline. The UPE initiated this award with ACM, the world's oldest and largest educational and scientific International computing society, to raise the importance of academic achievement and professional commitment in our future computer professionals.
For detailed information on criteria, who is eligible, and how to apply, please click here.
Congratulations to all, and thank you to all applicants and participants for your continued dedication to UPE and ACM!
The 2014-2015 UPE Scholarship Award Winners::
Kristen Erich, Clemson University
Fabio Eliseo Fiori, Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne
Claudia Schulz, Imperial College London
Preethi Srinivas, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis
The 2013-2014 UPE Scholarship Award Winners:
Maruan Al-Shedivat, KAUST/Saudi Arabia and UCSD
Tyler Allen, Western Carolina University
Nicholas Botzer, Slippery Rock University
Victoria Wu, University of Missouri- Kansas City
Maria Gaci, City College
Arihant Sogani, Dubai International Academic City
Christina Vitolo, The College of New Jersey
Teresa Worner, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
An honorable mention goes to:
Andreas Basurto, California State University
Cody Hock, Northern Michigan University
Alex Moser, University of Findlay
Sarah Zaki, The University of Tampa
Ertem Esiner, Koc University
Darlene Hart, Austin Peay State University
Hannah Miller, University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire
Jared Wheeler, University of North Florida
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