Hello [real] world

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On March 28, 2016

The first program a computer science student writes outputs the message “Hello world” on a display device. It’s designed to teach basic syntax for constructing a working program. Now finished with her degree, this computer science graduate, pictured during December 2015 commencement ceremonies, is ready for the “real” world.

By the numbers

517 – Graduates during the morning commencement ceremony for graduate candidates and undergraduates in arts, sciences and business programs.

376 – Graduates during the afternoon commencement ceremony for undergraduate engineering candidates.

98 – Number of cum laude honors.

87 – Number of magna cum laude honors.

55– Number of summa cum laude honors.

63 – Number of degree programs with graduates.

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On March 28, 2016. Posted in Around the Puck, News, Spring 2016

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