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Winner of the First-ever W&M Computer Science T-shirt Design Contest

Prof. Torczon presents Kevin Howell with his award for winning the contest.By a close vote, Kevin Howell won the first-ever W&M Computer Science T-shirt Design Contest. The contest was open to teams consisting of one or more currently enrolled W&M undergraduates, of which at least one had to be a declared computer science major or minor. Only original graphic designs were accepted. The three submissions received were then put to a vote by members of the Department of Computer Science, including all declared CS majors, declared CS minors, CS graduate students, CS faculty and CS staff. The top vote getter, Kevin Howell, received a $360 check for his submission. Kudos also to Evan Callaway, Kevin Ji, and Jeff Soosiah for their "Call me." design and to Alex Au for his "Supporting the College From the Inside-Out." design.

T-shirts are free to all declared CS majors, declared CS minors, and CS graduate students.

The following are the original submissions to the T-shirt Design Contest.

Submission by Jeff Soosiah, Evan Callaway, Kevin Ji
Submission One by Evan Callaway, Kevin Ji, and Jeff Soosiah

 

Submission by Alex AuSubmission by Alex Au
Submission Two by Alex Au.

 

Submission by Kevin Howell
Submission Three by Kevin Howell.