Travel Grant Awards

SIGCSE awards at least five grants per year to defray travel expenses of faculty attending the annual SIGCSE Symposium. Award winners receive complimentary Symposium registration plus up to $500 towards travel expenses.

The list of Travel Grant award winners for 2018:

  • Debasis Bhattacharya, University of Hawaii Maui College, USA
  • Sharon Dearman, Bishop Moore Catholic High School, USA
  • Huseyin Ergin, Ball State University, USA
  • Francisco J. Gutierrez, University of Chile, Chile
  • Jeffrey Hemmes, Regis University, USA
  • Anamary Leal, Sonoma State University, USA
  • Erik Saule, UNC Charlotte, USA
  • Jorge Reyes Silveyra, Muhlenberg College, USA
  • Vinitha Hannah Subburaj, West Texas A&M University, USA

The list of previous award winners:

  • 2017
    • Jennifer Reese, Seguin HS, USA
    • Anna Ritz, Reed College, USA
    • Gina Sprint, Washington State University, USA
    • Eliana Valenzuela-Andrade, University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo (UPR-Arecibo), Puerto Rico
    • Evelyn Zayas, One Schoolhouse, USA
    • Michael Zamansky, Hunter College, USA
  • 2016
    • Joshua Eckroth, Stetson University, USA
    • Shawn Kenner, Sharon High School, USA
    • Brian Schott, Bronx Academy for Software Engineering, USA
    • Marco Aurélio Graciotto Silva, Federal University of Technology – Paraná, Brazil
    • Raymond Wallace, University of New Hampshire – Manchester, USA
  • 2015
    • Daniel Fokum, The University of the West Indies, Jamaica
    • Dimitris Papmichail, The College of New Jersey, USA
    • Yu Sun, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, USA
    • Courtney Starrett, Winthrop University, New York, USA
    • Narasimha Vajjhala, The University of New York Tirana, Albania
    • Mark Zarb, Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom
  • 2014
    • Meg Fryling, Siena College, USA
    • Markus Geissler, Cosumnes River College, USA
    • Carol Yarbrough, Alabama School of Fine Arts, USA