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Press Release 08-047
Coming Together to Help Grow the Next Generation of Computing Leaders

Innovative program connects minority computer science students at tier-one universities to prepare them for future success

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Photo of nine undergraduate students and their professor posing by a statue.

EL Alliance students from the University of Texas at Austin at the 2007 Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing conference in Orlando, Fla., where hundreds of minority students had the opportunity to interact with national leaders in computing.

Credit: EL Alliance


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