South Jersey High School Programming Contest will be held at Rowan

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Glassboro- The Computer Science Department at Rowan University,
Glassboro, will host the South Jersey High School Programming Contest
on Saturday, April 1, from 8 a.m

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Glassboro- The Computer Science Department at Rowan University,
Glassboro, will host the South Jersey High School Programming Contest
on Saturday, April 1, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Robinson Building.

Students from throughout South Jersey who were selected as winners
in preliminary programming contests held at community colleges will be
invited to attend the event and compete for various prizes, including
computer hardware, software, and books as well as scholarships to
Rowan University. Prizes have been donated by Microsoft, Executive
Business Products, 3-COM, and Addison-Wesley.

Now in its 14th year, the South Jersey High School Programming
Contest is open to students from any high school in South Jersey who
have placed in the community college-level competition. Each year, about
60 students from 15 high schools take part in the finals at Rowan
University.

Judges include faculty from the Rowan University Computer Science
Department and computer experts from local industries.

For more information, contact Jerry Spencer at (856) 256-4732 or visit
www.rowan.edu/cs/hsp1.htm.

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