Tuesday, February 11, 2014

CMH teacher and students recognized for Women in Computer Science



CMH Computer Science instructor, Mrs. Rose Hoffmann, has been recognized with the The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Aspirations in Computing Educator Award.

NCWIT will present Rose with this award in recognition of supporting young women’s interest in computing and information technology. This National Educator Award is conferred upon educators that have demonstrated a commitment to encouraging young women’s aspirations in computing.

As a recipient of the Educator Award, she will receive an engraved commemorative award, up to $1,000 of expense reimbursement for computing-related professional development, and a laptop.  Her bio and picture will be posted on their web site



Three CMH students have also been recognized.   Eli Walz, Elizabeth Wesley, and Samantha Seifert are NCWIT Wisconsin Affiliate runner-ups for 2014.

They will receive a plaque and other prizes for their success, this Spring during an event at Alverno University Conference Center in Milwaukee. 





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