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Over $245,000 in awards were announced at the 12th Annual CS Awards Banquet


Corporate visitors

Corporate visitors Dan Plubell (Cerner), Mike Hayden (Sun Microsystems), and Toni Watkins (Cerner) enjoying their first time at a CS Awards Banquet.

Recipients at the banquet

Jim Early, the 2003-04 Intel PhD Fellowship recipient, and Dennis Brylow, the 2004 Halstead Award recipient, share the evening with Elisa Bertino (CS faculty and Director for Research CERIAS), Early, Petra Eccarius (graduate student), Brylow, and Mary Jo Bartolacci (Interim Director of Advancement School of Science).

The Department of Computer Sciences held its 12th Annual CS Awards Banquet on April 19, 2004, in the South Ballroom of the Purdue Memorial Union. Over $245,000 in new awards and the continuation of existing awards were announced. Keynote speaker, Anne Schowe, School of Science Alumna & former Vice President of Sun Microsystems, addressed an audience of over 200 corporate representatives, students, faculty, staff, and parents.

We would like to thank the following donors for their generous donations to our incoming freshman: Guidant Foundation ($20,000), Boeing Company ($15,000), Microsoft Corporation ($10,000), Winifred Rosen ($10,000), Dave & Darla Dodson ($2,500), Lockheed Martin ($2,000), and Linnea Cook & Pieter Dykema ($2,000).

We would also like to congratulate all awardees and thank the donors listed below.

Lockheed Martin Wireless Communication (2 awards @ $5000 each) Elian Haliman & Philip Schatz
Lighthouse Award (1 award @ $50) Glen Moore
Baxter Healthcare Corporation (1 award @ $500) David Desmond & Betany Wagenaar
Cisco Systems (4 awards @ $500 each)

Alissa Cook, Amanda Denton, Roger Elion, Bradley Gates

Crowe Chizek & Company (2 awards @ $500 each) Aaron Drake, Jacob Warrington
Hewlett Packard (2 awards @ $500 each) Ajith Kumar, Ryan Rueth
Lucent Technologies Scholarship (1 award @ $500) Elizabeth Blythe
Motorola (2 awards @ $500 each) Brooke Bournique, Adam Moore
Neel Scholarship (1 award @ $500) Mehmet Demirci
Railey Scholarship (1 award @ $500) Elizabeth Saftalov
Northrop Grumman (4 awards @ $500 each) Jeffrey Kuhn, Adam Lugowski, Timothy Thirion, Zachary Wiggins
IBM (1 award @ $700) Paul Marks
Harris Scholarship (2 awards @ $750 each) Forrest Fleming, Philip Schatz
Baker Hill (1 award @ $1000) William Harris
Lockheed Martin (5 awards @ $1000 each) Lee Ballard, Joseph Fath, Daniel Koh, Stanislav Luban, Jennifer Reeve
Nathaniel A. Johnson Scholarship (1 award @ $1000) James Cruise
Schowe Scholarship (1 award @ $1000) Maria Davis
Honeywell Product Group (2 awards @ $1000 each) Scott Patterson, Christopher Willmore
Raytheon Systems (2 awards @ $1000 each) Marc Alban, Brett Bavar
Aaron & Morgan Kunze (1 award @ $2000) Kurt Ackerman
Verizon Foundation (4 awards @ $2000 each) Noah Benson, Elian Haliman, Sara Shoup, Julia Vaysburd
Guidant Foundation (1 award @ $2500) Jay Gengelbach
Eli Lilly (4 awards @ $2500 each) Michael Armbrust, Carlie Bower, Adam Polomchak, Zachary Tatlock
Halstead Award (1 award @ $4000) Dennis Brylow

Thank you, Microsoft for donating the Hewlett-Packard IPaQs and the Toshiba Tablet for the Outstanding Students.

Microsoft Outstanding Freshman (Hewlett-Packard IPaQ) Steven Hood
Microsoft Outstanding Sophomore (Hewlett-Packard IPaQ) Bess Walker
Microsoft Outstanding Junior (Hewlett-Packard IPaQ) Sara Shoup
Microsoft Outstanding Senior (Hewlett-Packard IPaQ & Toshiba Tablet) Paul Kuliniewicz

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