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They received scholarships from the NJSIM Foundation for excellence in computer science studies.

Daniel Brown and Guillermo Padron received scholarships from the New Jersey Society for Information Management Foundation (NJSIM Foundation). NJSIM Foundation awards two annual college scholarships of $5,000 each to students demonstrating financial need and excellence in computer science studies. The foundation was established by the New Jersey Chapter of the Society for Information Management, a professional organization of New Jersey’s senior information technology leaders.

Brown is pursuing a double major in computer science and mathematics and is an active member of the Rutgers-Newark West Indian Student Association. Padron is majoring in mathematics and serves his community by supervising, supporting and aiding the children who attend the Don Bosco’s Youth Center in Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Daniel and Guillermo are pictured here at the NJSIM Foundation Awards ceremony.