On Friday, Apr. 24, at 6 p.m., the College of Information and Mathematical Sciences (CIMS) will host its Annual Student Awards Ceremony in the James M. Baker University Center Commons to honor CIMS students who have excelled academically.
The CIMS Student Awards Committee would like to remind Clayton State University faculty members and students that the Student
Awards Ceremony is an invitation-only event.
Computer Science (CS), and Information Technology (IT) majors will receive awards in several categories: IT Experiential Learning Student of the Year, IT Outstanding Scholars Award, CS Outstanding Scholar Award, and the CIMS Chancellor's Academic Recognition Award. Several awards are available for Mathematics majors: the Rising Senior Awards, the Annita Hunt Award, and the Billie R. Nail Award and Scholarship. The highest honor bestowed by CIMS is the Catherine Cowan Aust Award, presented to the "best all-around CIMS major." Dean's List students in all majors and Math Club, ACM, and Wi^2STEM officers will be recognized as well.
The CIMS Student Awards Committee is responsible for selecting the CIMS Chancellor's Academic recognition Award and the Catherine Cowan Aust Award. The committee is also responsible for organizing the Student Awards Ceremony. This year's committee is: Ken Nguyen (chair), Billie May (chair-elect), Christopher Raridan (past chair), Jillian Jones (CS/IT), Aaron Rafter (Math), and Jarrett Terry (ex-officio).