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Andrew Wykowski, Management Information Systems  

This standout leader on campus isn't afraid to embrace disability as part if his identity. Andrew is featured in the 2018-2019 President's Report. 

"Andrew's kindness and commitment to others marks his true presence. He has used his challenges to bring awareness to the broader community about issues of living with a disability," said Stephen McWilliams, Director of the Office of Disability Services. "He is introsapective, honest with his feelings and possesses a wisdon well beyond his years."     

Kayla Spitzer, former LEVEL Secretary, wins Prestigious Engineering Awards

Kayla Spitzer and Dean Gary Gabriel


Kayla Spitzer, the former Secretary of LEVEL, won two awards recently from the College of Engineering.

The Academic Excellence Award is given to a senior engineering major with a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 at the end of the Fall Semester, and is chosen by the Dean of engineering.

The Meritorious service award is awarded to a senior, majoring in engineering, who has been active in an engineering student organization, and has given significant and quality service to the College over an extended period of time. Kayla was selected by Dr. David Dinehart, the Department Chair of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Lindsey Press Attends Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computer Science

Lindsay Press

Lindsey Press (’15 A&S) attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computer Science, the nation’s largest gathering of women in technology. The conference strives to build a community around women in computing as well as provide networking opportunities, career and educational advice, and inspiration to its attendees. Villanova University sent 10 students to Minneapolis, Minnesota for an invaluable experience that greatly expanded their perspective.  For Lindsey, it resulted in multiple interviews and internship offers with major companies. She was able to see the breadth of the largely underrepresented population of women in technology, and realized how many opportunities are available as a result of it. “It was incredible being able to network with companies specifically seeking female computer science majors,” stated Lindsey, “the experience and advice that I received from networking and interviewing will be invaluable for my future.”