High School Students Win Computer Programming Contest

Jun 8, 2011

Computer-savvy high school students competed to solve computer-programming problems at The University of Scranton’s 17th annual Computer Programming Contest held recently on campus. Student teams were challenged to complete with six problems, with the winners each garnering a $500 scholarship to the Jesuit university. A team of Delaware Valley students won the contest. Participating high schools included Delaware Valley, Montrose Area, Monroe Career & Technical Institute, Tunkhannock Area, and Scranton. From left are, Bob McCloskey, Ph.D., assistant professor of computer science; winning team members Joe Nied, Jake Kovarskiy and Thomas Hartmann, Delaware Valley High School; and Janet Masser, Delaware Valley High School teacher.
contest winners


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