Robert De Marco worked on a research project and designed and implemented programs, for the supercomputer Blue Gene. Rob, a Computer Information Systems major, graduated Summa cum Laude in June 2010 with a GPA of 4.0. During this past year, he served as the President of St. Joseph’s Pi Chapter of the Upsilon PI Epsilon International Honor Society in Computing. He has been accepted to Carnegie Mellon University, where he will pursue a graduate degree, focusing on Database Systems.
Khaing T. Win was part of a research project involving synthetic organic chemistry and radiochemistry. Khaing originally from Myanmar, is a junior majoring in biology with a GPA of 3.9. She has a variety of interests and areas of expertise, including a double minor in chemistry and psychology and a strong interest in neuroscience. In addition, as a member of several honor societies, she is very involved in both campus activities and in volunteer service to the community. Her career goal of pursuing scientific research, possibly as a research physician, has been reinforced by her recent acceptance into the Summer research program at MIT.