The School of Computing Science and Digital Media celebrated its annual prizegiving ceremony at the start of July, with more than 50 students from all courses being presented with a range of awards.
The awards are sponsored by a range of companies including ConocoPhillips, Servelec Controls, Atlas, Lockheed Martin, CISCO, TOTAL, Aventa Systems, BCS, Fugro, BP, Developers for Hire Ltd, Nexun Petroleum, Codify, Divex and Dynamic Edge.
You can read more about some of this year's winners in the below articles:
Computer Science student Scott Adams (23) was awarded the Servelec Controls Ltd award for the Best Honours Project in Software Engineering.
Rebekah Hughes (20), who is studying Multimedia Development, was presented with the fourth year class prize at the School of Computing Science and Digital Media’s annual prize giving ceremony last week.
Computer Science students Thomas McMillan (35), from Stonehaven and Fraser Barclay (19), from Portlethen, both picked up awards at the annual School of Computing Science and Digital Media prize giving ceremony.
Second year student Jemma Tansley (20) was awarded a ConocoPhillips prize at the School of Computing Science and Digital Media’s annual prize giving.
Computer Science student Michael Alexander (22) and Andrew MacLean (23), who is studying Business Information Technology, both picked up awards at the School of Computing Science and Digital Media’s annual prize giving ceremony last week.
A Saudi computing student is celebrating after picking up a university award for his outstanding academic performance.
Jenny RushCommunications Officer | Design and Technology