Meet Alli Cheney, a senior double-majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. Originally from Westfield, Massachusetts, Alli admits that she didn’t like URI when she first visited it during the summer, but she fell in love with the friendly people on subsequent visits during the school year. One of Alli’s favorite leisure activities is walking on(…)
Let’s meet Dan Gauthier, a senior Computer Science major and current Ram Hacks President. A local Narragansett High School graduate, Dan looked at several colleges and universities in New England and decided on The University of Rhode Island because of its close proximity to home.
“I like to be busy,” certainly describes Antoinette Bongiorno, a senior majoring in Computer Science here at URI. As the Ram Hacks President for the past three years, Toni has worked tirelessly to increase not only women’s presence in Tyler Hall but she has helped grow the club to a strong thirty- five members.
When Kevin was accepted at URI, his initial major was Communications because he really likes public speaking. After taking Computer Science 101 during TD, he became more interested in Computer Science as a major.
Kile joined URI after graduating from Mount Hope High School in Bristol, RI as part of the class of 2013. He became interested in Computer Science in high school when he took an experience course in computer animation.
Jared Rondeau is a graduating senior in the class of 2017. Jared has worked several semesters as an undergraduate TA for courses such as CSC 211 and CSC 104. Of these two course he likes Dr. Lamanga’s puzzles course.
Chris Glasz is a graduating senior in the class of 2016. Chris began his collegiate career by experimenting with a triple major in Computer Engineering, Music Composition and Chinese; however, after an introductory programming course, he switch his major to Computer Science, having found a passion for the field.
Kimberly Lesieur is a local Rhode Islander, but unlike most of us, actually lives on an island; hailing from Portsmouth on Aquidneck Island. Kim is a senior who majors in Applied Mathematics, and minors in both Computer Science and Digital Forensics.
Jake Tobak is a local student, from Newport and is currently a senior in URI’s Computer Science Bachelor of Science program, as well as completing a double major in Applied Math.