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Outstanding 2013 Graduates

CS Graduates 2013 002Two outstanding graduates from the Computer Science Department were recognized at the 2013 Montana Tech Commencement. Brent Donoven received the Outstanding Computer Science Graduate award and Zach Wormgoor received the Outstanding Software Engineering Graduate award. The award is based on scholastic achievement as well as the graduate's other contributions to the school, to his or her academic department and fellow students, and to the greater community.

zachBrent Donoven graduated with honors. He served in several elected offices in the ACM Club, including President, Vice President, and Treasurer. He received an award for his work on KapsuleProto at the first annual Montana Tech Techxpo in 2012. Brent was a Teaching Assistant for both the C Programming and Matlab Programming courses. Brent will work for Microsoft in Fargo, ND.

 

Zach Wormgoor graduated with high honors with dual degrees in Software Engineering and Computer Science. Zach was also very active in the ACM Club, holding positions as Treasurer, Vice President, and President. Zach was a Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Embedded Systems and the Programming with C courses.  In his last semester at Tech, Zach designed and co-taught the Computer Game Development course with Matt Morris. Zach will work for Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories in Pullman, WA.