Gorloks Take Third in ACM Programming Contest

| November 6, 2013
Gorlok 1 Team Members Eric Bright, Isaac Brodsky, Kevin Pierce and Coach Xiaoyuan Suo celebrate their third-place finish in the ACM Programming Contest.

From left, Gorlok 1 Team members Eric Bright, Isaac Brodsky and Kevin Pierce celebrate their third-place finish in the ACM Programming Contest with coach Xiaoyuan Suo.

Congratulations to Isaac Brodsky, Eric Bright and Kevin Pierce, who placed third in Webster University’s Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) programming contest held Nov. 2 on the Webster Groves campus.

Assistant professor for math and computer science Xiaoyuan Suo organized the event and coached Webster’s team. While only the first and second place teams will advance to a national competition, Suo is proud of her students.

“Webster University was well represented in the competition because of our outstanding students,” said Suo. “I want to commend Isaac, Eric and Kevin for their performance on Gorlok 1. They are three extremely talented young men.”

Read more on the Walker School blog.


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