The Luddy School celebrated its most recent graduates with a ceremony at Luddy Hall.
The Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering honored its latest graduates during its Winter Student Recognition Celebration at Luddy Hall Dec. 19.
Students receiving degrees in informatics, computer science, data science, human-computer interaction, information science, library science, and intelligent systems engineering following the fall 2019 semester were celebrated for their accomplishments. Students were also honored for receiving their Ph.D. in computer science, informatics, and information science.
“I would like to congratulate all of you for the hard work and determination you have shown in your journey to get to this day,” said Raj Acharya, dean of the Luddy School. “It is a testament to your vision and your drive to make tomorrow a better place through technology. You have helped propel the Luddy School into tomorrow both in the classroom and as an ambassador for all we stand for. You may be moving into a new phase of your life, whether it is heading into a career or continuing your education, but your family at the Luddy School will be here tomorrow and for the rest of your life to cheer you on as you find your path.”
A reception was also held at Luddy Hall following the event.
“I offer my personal congratulations to each member of the Class of 2019,” said executive associate dean David Leake, who was master of ceremonies for the event. “It has been a pleasure to interact with so many of you, to watch you grow and flourish academically and personally.”
Established in 2000, the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering is one of the broadest of its kind. The Luddy School is home to more than 3,000 students from the United States and around the world, and it will hold its Spring Student Recognition Celebration in May 2020.