Students excel at computer programming competition

November 14, 2003

A four-student team from Penn State Erie ranked 15th out of 128 teams competing in the Association for Computing Machinery's International Collegiate Programming Contest. The teams came from 71 colleges and universities located in western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, eastern Ontario, and Indiana, and they included competitors from colleges and universities such as Oberlin, Pitt, Ohio State, Denison, Baldwin-Wallace, Carnegie-Mellon, and Wooster. "This is the first time we have attended the ACM contest, and we are very proud of our performance," said Meng Su, assistant professor of computer science. Su and Charles Burchard, instructor in computer science, coached the team.

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