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.
Richard Guilmain, or Rich as he typically goes by, is originally from Smithfield, RI and is currently in his last semester of college here at URI.
Christopher Brown, a Glocester, RI native, is a senior completing his B.S. in computer science this spring. Working in a 3D sonar company, Farsounder, which was started by URI alumni, he is on his way towards a great career in software development used by the military and various corporations.
Patrick Eads, born in Charlotte, NC moved to Rhode Island in 2001 and is now in his 5th year at URI, finishing a triple major in Computer Science, German, and Mathematics.
Kristina Hatch is Bourne, MA resident working towards a degree in computer science with a minor in digital forensics. She has worked extensively on research projects within the University of Rhode Island’s Department of Computer Science and Statistics, some of which were funded by the National Science Foundation – Research for Undergraduate Experiences. Next semester, she will be working with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service in Connecticut.
Hailing from Smithfield, RI, Corey Marchetti is a student pursuing a double major in Computer Science and German who recently made a trip out to Germany. While there, he attended classes as well as took part in an internship to develop the technical skills he developed while at URI.