Waynesburg University hosted a Student Technology Forum Friday, March 19, 2010. The forum was sponsored by the Consortium for Computing in Undergraduate Education, Inc., which consists of 23 colleges and universities in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio.

Seven of the 16 presentations were given by Waynesburg University students. Each session lasted 25 minutes and included a question and answer session. Students presented in one of the four categories: Internet and Mobile Uses of Technology, Gaming Uses of Technology, Diverse Uses of Technology and Secure and Efficient Uses of Technology.

Waynesburg University student presenters, awards and presentations include:

Kelley Dyson, a senior computer science major from Washington, and Andrew Glenn, a junior computer science major from Ashburn, Va., placed first in the Gaming Uses of Technology track

Stacy Farrier, a junior advertising major from Pittsburgh; Brittany Kitzmiller, a junior advertising major from Blairsville; Bryan Leones, a senior graphic design major from Gibsonia; Bonnie Sargent, a senior marketing major from Jeannette; and Rhonda Woloshun, a junior marketing major from Latrobe, placed second in the Diverse Uses of Technology track
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Kerri Holsopple, a senior forensic chemistry major from Greensburg, placed first in the Diverse Uses of Technology track
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Richard Janicki, a senior computer forensics major from Elizabeth, placed second in the Secure and Efficient Uses of Technology track
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Kyle Kyper, a senior management major from Huntingdon, placed third in the Internet and Mobile Uses of Technology track
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Steven Moore, a senior communication (electronic media) major from Jeannette, received a participation award
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Dustin Yoder, a senior business information/science major from Belleville, placed third in the Secure and Efficient Uses of Technology track
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