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Daniel Johnson Leverages SE Major and Internships into Regular Employment at Cisco Systems

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Daniel Johnson joined the Montana Tech Computer Science Department in the fall of 2007 with a strong Associates Degree in Computer Science from Spokane Falls Community College. He immediately shared the in-depth knowledge of Java he had acquired in Spokane by being an active participant in our Competitive Programming course for our International College Programming Contest teams, and then he built on this foundation by getting an A in our advanced C++ Data Structures & Algorithms I course.

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Programming Competition Team Sets New Practice Record!

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Each year for the past four years the Montana Tech Student Chapter of the Association for Computer Machinery has taken two teams to Salt Lake City to compete in the Rocky Mountain Region International College Programming Contest. In two of those years a Tech team bested all of the other Montana teams!

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Recent graduates attend medical school

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Two recent alumni, Dan Cleary (CS, 2004) and Ben Wendall (SE, 2004) did not follow traditional computer science professions, but instead chose to attend medical school a couple of years after graduation. The Summer 2010 MNews "Mad Science" article (p. 14-16) covers how they combined their technology and  problem solving skills obtained in their computer science and software engineering studies with their passion for medicine.

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George Cox Racks Up an Enviable Undergraduate Record

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George Cox entered Montana Tech in the fall of 2005. He set a high bar for himself by getting As in all of his courses in his first semester, and in almost every semester thereafter. In fact, the lowest grade he ever received in eleven semesters of study (including summer classes) was a B.

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