Insight: Spring 2008

Spring 2008

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Computing & Software Systems Students Get Boost from the Software Revolution, Inc.

Learning computer translation got a little easier for some Computing & Software Systems (CSS) students, thanks to a scholarship offered by The Software Revolution, Inc. (TSRI) of Kirkland. The Software Revolution, Inc. Bachelor of Science in Computing & Software Systems Scholarship provided tuition assistance for several University of Washington Bothell students enrolled in the CSS Program taking the computer language translation course, CSS 448. Philip Newcomb, President and CEO of TSRI, saw the scholarships as a way to support students in the area of computing engineering and to open the door to opportunities in re-engineering of legacy computer software systems. "We're grateful for our students to get this type of assistance," says Charles Jackels, CSS Program Director. "It's even more gratifying to see a local company such as TSRI help in this manner. We appreciate TSRI's commitment to our students and the profession." Along with the scholarship TSRI provided CSS students with internship opportunities.

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