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MUM Computer Science students place in national programming competition
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23 March 2013
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The article reports on Khongor Enkhbold and Khasan Bold, Maharishi University of Management students from Mongolia in the M.S. in Computer Science program.
Both students recently scored in the top 10 in a national computer programming competition, earning an all-expense-paid trip to Silicon Valley in California. Khongor earned fifth place and Khasan seventh.
Over 400 students participated, from schools such as Carnegie Mellon, Harvard, Princeton, Purdue, MIT, and the University of California-Berkeley. The competition was sponsored by companies such as Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, and Dropbox. Competitors were given 24 hours to complete 6 moderate algorithmic, AI, and general programming online challenges.
''The Computer Science faculty are very proud of this achievement by our students,'' said Dr. Gregory Guthrie, dean of the Computer Science program. ''It shows that we continue to attract the best and brightest students from around the world, and how they are always active in exploring and enjoying the frontiers of their discipline, and of their own consciousness by being here at MUM.''
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