ACM Programming Competition hosted by Youngstown State University 2018
Six of our undergraduate Computer Science students competed in the annual ACM programming contest hosted by Youngstown State University. One of the teams from Duquesne won this year's Jolly Jumpers award, for representing the school with the biggest year-to-year improvement. The team members were Noah Greenberg, John Natale, and Jonathan Kamis and each one will receive a gift card from the ACM ICPC Foundation.
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