The Crimson Hawks programming team of Kyle Adamski,
Annie Lin, and Michael Taylor won first place at the Pennsylvania Association of Computer
and Information Science Educators (PACISE) annual conference.
The competition, held at California
University of Pennsylvania on April 5, 2014, was attended by Computer
Science and Information Science faculty and students from across the PASHEE
The Crimson Hawks team solved
all five challenge problems in the shortest amount of time, placing first, six
minutes ahead of Millersville, which came in second. Bloomsburg and Slippery Rock completed four
of the five challenge problems, placing third and fourth respectively.
A second IUP team of Travis Deyamin, Zach Garcia, and Joe Kolenda received Honorable Mention.
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