2022 Travel Grant Program

The SIGCSE Board is pleased to announce that the following people have been selected to receive 2022 Travel Grant Program awards to attend the SIGCSE Technical Symposium:

  • Tatiana Anderson, College of Staten Island, USA
  • Tisha Brown-Gaines, Belmont University, USA
  • Henry Chai, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • Yada Chuengsatiansup, University of California, San Diego, USA
  • Madeline Gerena Franco, Whitney Young Magnet High School, USA
  • Hagit Gabbay, Tel Aviv University, Israel
  • Lasanthi Gamage, Webster University, USA
  • Joseph Helsing, Muhlenberg College, USA
  • Jeannine Hernandez, Florida Virtual School, USA
  • Dara Jaiyeola, Hampden-Sydney College, USA
  • Bill Kerney, Clovis Community College, USA
  • Yolanda Lozano, La Cueva High School/Computer Science Alliance, USA
  • Amanda O’Farrell, TU Dublin, Ireland
  • Carolina Moreira Oliveira, Federal University of Paraná (UFPR), Brazil
  • Marcelo Pias, Federal University of Rio Grande - FURG, Brazil
  • Diane Rhodes, Front Range Community College, USA
  • Leila Ribeiro, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
  • Alex Riggs, Whitney Young High School, USA
  • Adriana Wilde, University of Winchester, United Kingdom
  • Dana Zhang, Vanderbilt University, USA

Each person will receive complimentary registration at the 2022 SIGCSE Technical Symposium in Rhode Island as well as up to $500 in travel expenses.

The SIGCSE Board is appreciative of the contributions from the community that help make this award possible.

Amber Settle
SIGCSE immediate past chair
Travel Grant committee chair