When I was a freshman, there was quite a snowy winter. One day, around the weekend lunch rush around Kleiner, there was a large crowd mingling outside the building.
The school of computing values continuing connections with their alumni. We love to hear what you've been doing since leaving the university, how your education has impacted your career or continued education, and the connections you've maintained. Now that you've left the school of computing, consider giving back to the next generation of computing students in one of the many ways listed below! Or, consider telling us about what you've been up to since graduation by participating in an alumni success story.
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I miss the physics club area all the time! We had a space within Padnos where physics students could congregate, collab on projects, and work through tough problems on whiteboards.
In 2017 I was on my sorority's executive board, Alpha Sigma Tau. I have always loved participating in sorority event coordination, helping train new members, and volunteering at Habitat for Humanity with my sorority sisters.
It's so hard to choose one GVSU memory. Some of my best memories include hall hockey in Pew (sorry about all the noise everyone), all the intramural sports, Relay for Life, and traveling down to Alabama to watch Grand Valley win a national championship.
Charles Billingsley graduated from Grand Valley State University in 2019 with two degrees. One in Computer Science and one in Film & Video Production.
Nov 16, 2021
Matt Shaver and John Spencer both graduated from Grand Valley in 2010 with their bachelor's degrees in Computer Science.
Oct 4, 2021
Katherine Skocelas came to the School of Computing and Information Systems in the Summer of 2017 after earning a Bachelor of Science in Advertising and Public Relations from GVSU.
Aug 24, 2020
Thomas Rudd (BS in IS) has had an interesting and exciting career since he graduated from GVSU in 2017. Upon graduation, Tom joined the Ford Motor Company in Dearborn Michigan.
Feb 11, 2020