Bogacz wins computer science award at URI
KINGSTON, R.I. -- January 2, 2002 -- Not only is Yolanda Bogacz of Haverhill, Mass. a stellar star on the volleyball court, she is also a spectacular scholar.
Bogacz, a senior at the University of Rhode Island double majoring in computer science and biological sciences, has been awarded the R. Craig Caldwell Scholarship by URIs Department of Computer Science.
The award is made possible by an endowment established in 1981 in memory of R. Craig Caldwell, who was a student in computer science. The scholarship is awarded annually to a computer science major on the basis of scholastic achievement.
Bogacz earned an athletic scholarship to URI and has played on and captained the womens volleyball team at the University.
She will graduate from URI in May. After graduation she plans to attend graduate school to pursue a masters degree in computer science, focusing on the development of educational technology.
Bogacz graduated from Haverhill High School in 1997.
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