June 20, 2007
Purdue computer science students inducted into honor societyWEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Seven Purdue University students were recently inducted into Upsilon Pi Epsilon, an international honor society that recognizes scholarship and professionalism in computing sciences.
The honor society was founded in 1967, and now more than 120 colleges and universities around the world have chapters. Purdue's chapter - the 115th in the world and the second in Indiana - was formed in 1992.
The award recipients are listed below with the following information (sorted by name, city, state):
City - ST - Zip - First Name - Last Name - Class - School/major - Award/honor program
Naperville - IL - 60540 - James - SWEDLER - SR - Computer science - Upsilon Pi Epsilon
Seymour - IN - 47274 - Zachary - TATLOCK - SR - Computer science - Upsilon Pi Epsilon
Lanham - MD - 20706 - Nwokedi - IDIKA - GRAD - Computer science - Upsilon Pi Epsilon
St. Peters - MO - 63376 - Richard - LARSON - JR - Computer science - Upsilon Pi Epsilon
Miamisburg - OH - 45342 - Scott - PERRINE - JR - Computer science - Upsilon Pi Epsilon
Salt Lake City - UT - 84106 - Christopher - MAYFIELD - GRAD - Computer science - Upsilon Pi Epsilon
Shoreline - WA - 98155 - Kit - CHAN - SR - Computer science - Upsilon Pi Epsilon
Writer: Christy Jones, (765) 494-1089, email@example.com
Source: Samuel Wagstaff, Upsilon Pi Epsilon adviser, (765) 494-6022, firstname.lastname@example.org
Purdue News Service: (765) 494-2096; email@example.com
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