Computer Science Programming Team wins PACISE Contest

Computer Science Programming Team wins PACISE Contest


ACM A team of Computer Science students from Bloomsburg University took first place on April 6 in this year’s PACISE College Programming Contest. ACM student chapter members Nicole Burfeind, John George, and Ryan Oravec completed six problems to win the three-hour competition.

The annual PACISE Programming Contest and Conference brings together students from the fourteen PASSHE schools every spring. This year 22 teams from eleven schools competed at East Stroudsburg University.

Also participating from Bloomsburg were a team consisting of Shane Levengood, Dan Eubank, and David Sutherland, and team alternates Melissa Wall and Mike Young. Associate Professor of Computer Science Robert Montante is the ACM advisor for the teams. #CollaborativeLearning

(Pictured): Programming Contest team members Nicole Burfeind, Shane Levengood, David Sunderland, John George, Dan Eubank, Jim Capozzoli, Melissa Wall, and Ryan Oravec at the PACISE Programming Contest luncheon.