Students, educator receive computing-achievement awards

THE FIVE students who received National Center for Women & Information Technology awards for aspirations in computing and achievements are, in front, left to right, Paris Lopez and Zoe Schwartz, with Theodora Vessella and Amy Rudolph behind them, from left to right, and Jennifer Rivera in the back row. / COURTESY TECH COLLECTIVE
THE FIVE students who received National Center for Women & Information Technology awards for aspirations in computing and achievements are, in front, left to right, Paris Lopez and Zoe Schwartz, with Theodora Vessella and Amy Rudolph behind them, from left to right, and Jennifer Rivera in the back row. / COURTESY TECH COLLECTIVE
PORTSMOUTH – Five students and one information technology educator have been recognized with National Center for Women & Information Technology awards for aspirations in computing and achievements. The awards, from the National Center for Women & Information Technology, Roger Williams University and Tech Collective, were given April 7 at the Roger Williams University Baypoint Inn…

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