UOG Honors Local Female High School Students with National Computing Award
From left to right: University of Guam Dean of the School of Health Dr. Margaret Hattori-Uchima, UOG President Dr. Robert Underwood, John F. Kennedy High School student Allysandra Raymundo, Simon Sanchez High School student Annielee Rae Quiogue, Tiyan High School student Bianca De Los Angeles, UOG Chief Information Officer Rommel Hidalgo, Guam Affiliate Coordinator Jaevani Isidro and UOG Director of Development and Alumni Affairs Norman Analista.
In collaboration with the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT), the University of Guam honored three local high school students with the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Award.
Allysandra Raymundo of John F. Kennedy High School, Bianca De Los Angeles of Tiyan High School, and Annielee Rae Quiogue of Simon Sanchez High School were recognized on March 14, 2018 at a ceremony hosted by the UOG Office of Information Technology.
The award highlights women in high school who are active and interested in computing and technology. Recipients are chosen for their commitment and achievements in computing, proven leadership ability, academic performance, and plans for post secondary education.
“It is such an honor to be able to acknowledge this year's NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Award recipients who are all excellent examples of how women can succeed in the Computing field,” said UOG Chief Information Officer Rommel Hidalgo.
Learn more about the Universirt of Guam's partnership with NCWIT here.
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