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    High School Students Compete in Programming Contest

    Teams from Emmaus High School came in first place and second place at The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. Front row, from left, are second place team members Cameron Fanning, Austin Moudy and Arti Schmidt. Standing are: Robert McCloskey, Ph.D., assistant professor of computing sciences; Nathan Bowler; Johnny Yang; and Ethan Knode; and first place team members Mitch Machulsky, Geoffrey Kleinberg and Aidan Levinson; and coach Carlen Blackstone.
    May 16, 2019

    Nearly 50 students, representing nine area high schools competed in the annual Computer Programming Contest hosted by The University of Scranton’s Computing Sciences Department this spring. During the competition, 15 teams of three students each used their programming language to solve computer-programming problems.

    A team of students from Emmaus High School won the completion. The students on the team that placed first were Geoffrey Kleinberg, Aidan Levinson and Mitch Machulsky. Emmaus students Cameron Fanning, Austin Moudy and Arti Schmidt were on the team that placed second. Carlen Blackstone coached the Emmaus teams. Cameron Brucher, Joshua Loysch and Riley O’Neill, coached by Jeff Earle, from Forest City Regional High School placed third.

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    Nearly 50 students, representing nine area high schools competed in the annual Computer Programming Contest hosted by The University of Scranton’s Computing Sciences Department this spring

    Forest City Regional High School students won third place honors in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. From left: Robert McCloskey, Ph.D., assistant professor of computing sciences; third place team members Joshua Loysch, Riley O’Neill and Cameron Brucher; and coach Jeff Earle.

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