In the Fall of 2011 Messiah College sent two teams to Shippensburg to compete in the Regional Contest. The Falcons Blue team solved four problems, earning FIRST place among the 23 teams competing at Shippensburg, and THIRD place among the 168 teams of the Midatlantic region.
When I graduate, I want to work with either web or software development. I’ve already been preparing for a career in web development by creating a website for a Messiah College campus club and by editing websites during my internship this past summer at Hershey Medical Center. One of the websites I created can be found at this URL: http://firstbabystudy.psu.edu/.
When I graduate I plan to go to graduate school for mathematics or statistics, and then search for a job that combines both of those fields with computer programming, because I enjoy both mathematics and writing computer programs.
Choosing a major was difficult for me because I have a very wide range of interests including languages, which is why I will be taking two Chinese courses next year.
When I graduate I can see myself working in any number of fields including Software Development and/or Web Design and in any number of applications like defense, industry, or finance. I love programming and solving puzzles, so I enjoy any opportunity to do so.
In the News
Falcons Blue takes first place at Dickinson …
An article about the Falcons Blue programming team taking first place at the Dickinson programming competition in the school’s student-run newspaper. more-> (link broken)
Messiah College students to compete internationally …
Pennlive.com, an online news website associated with The Patriot News, announces the team’s right to compete internationally in Poland. more->