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Programming contest awards
|Date: Tuesday, April 30th, 2013||Return|
Computer Science: Department hosts programming contests
The Department of Computer Science at WKU held the annual High School Programming Contest on April 19 and the Gatton Academy Programming Contest on April 24. The contests are sponsored by the Department of Computer Science, Ogden College of Science and Engineering, and WKU.
Seven teams from four high schools in Kentucky participated in the contest. The schools were Barren County High School, Bowling Green High School, Nelson County High School and Warren Central High School. Each team consisted of up to three students.
The first-, second- and third-place teams in the high school contest were Nelson County, Warren Central and Barren County, respectively. Each member of the first-place winning team (Chandler Young and Aaron Brown) from Nelson County received a $1,000 scholarship.
Three teams (each with up to three students) from the Gatton Academy participated in the Gatton contest. Each member of the first-place winning team (Sam Dong and Akhil Ghanta) received a $1,000 scholarship.
Contact: Dr. Rong Yang, email@example.com or (270) 745-2940.
Drakes Creek Middle School Library was recognized on Thursday, January 25 for being this year’s winner for the School Library Grant sponsored by the Friends of WKU Libraries.
Twenty-five undergraduate and graduate students from the Ogden College of Science & Engineering earned honors at the research competition held during the Kentucky Academy of Science's annual meeting in November.
Ava Fergerson, a senior Psychological Sciences major at WKU, received the Student Poster Award from the Women’s Special Interest Group at the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Annual Convention held in San Diego, CA.
Students, faculty, and staff from the Center for Human GeoEnvironmental Studies (CHNGES) and Department of Geography & Geology recently attended national conferences in Arkansas and Washington state.
Shelby Bandel, a graduate student in Psychological Sciences at WKU, is a recipient of a 2017 Graduate Research Scholarship from the American Psychological Foundation (APF) and the Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology.
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