Google Hispanic College Fund Scholarship

Announcement
October 11, 2006

We congratulate the 18 winners of the inaugural Google Hispanic College Fund Scholarship who will be recognized at the Hispanic College Fund’s Gala tonight in Washington, D.C. This accomplished group of men and women demonstrated excellence in the field of computer science, and we are pleased to be able to assist them in their educational pursuits.

2006-2007 Google Hispanic College Fund Winners

  • Jesus Abrego, University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Daniel Catarino, University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Carolina Gomez, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Sandra Gonzalez, University of Colorado at Denver
  • Asad Kalantarian, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Roxanne Martinez, Stanford University
  • Josh Morales, University of Texas-Pan American
  • Richard Morris, Del Mar College
  • Eilyn Quesada, DeVry University
  • Susann Revolorio, Dominican University
  • Alejandro Rodriguez, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Andres Rojas, Midwestern State University
  • Amanda Ryan, University of Houston-Victoria
  • Marlies Santos Deas, Miami-Dade Community College
  • Christopher Soghoian, Indian University-Bloomington
  • Yuly Tenorio, University of California-Berkeley
  • Guikubi Van Woerkom, Indiana University-Bloomington
  • Joshua Zuniga, Oregon State University

The Google Hispanic College Fund Scholarship provides $5,000 to a junior or senior who has demonstrated academic excellence in the field of computer science and computer engineering. Winners will also be invited to Google’s Mountain View Campus in April 2007. This scholarship program is a part of Google’s ongoing commitment to removing barriers to pursuing a career in advancing computing and technology, providing scholarships to encourage students to excel in their studies and become active role models and leaders. The various Google scholarship programs are described at www.google.com/jobs/scholarships.