Department of Computer and Information Sciences Student Expo to showcase student work

The fifth State University of New York at Fredonia Department of Computer and Information Sciences Student Expo will be held on Wednesday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., in the first floor lounge of Houghton Hall.

Students will present their work from the past year, covering research, as well as projects done both in and out of class.

At the end of the exposition, a survey will be distributed by which the students will be able to vote for several peer awards. The three categories for the awards are: Most Interesting, which is designed to recognize student projects that make others want to learn more about a particular topic; Most Impressive, which is designed to recognize student projects that display a high degree of technical skill, professionalism or creativity; and Most Fun, which is designed to recognize student projects that simply look like they were the most enjoyable to work on. All are invited, and a complimentary lunch of pizza and pop will be served at 11:30 a.m.

This event is organized by Visiting Instructor Robert Olson of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences and is sponsored by AT&T and Dean of Natural and Social Sciences John Kijinski’s office.