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Computer science majors - where are they now?

  Dee Ann Rexroat  

“The breadth of ideas and people I was exposed to at Cornell helped me appreciate knowledge. It encouraged my curiosity and has taught me to listen to what others are interested in. One of the best compliments I ever got was when a person told me that he knew I had a liberal arts education after just a few minutes of chatting. He could just tell.”

Shawn Henning ’96
Majors: Computer science, physics, math
Profession: Software tester for Microsoft Corp. in Redmond, Wash.

Jennifer Freeman ’93 is a lecturer in the department of computer science at Iowa State University in Ames.
Greg Freyenberger ’92 is a software developer for Educaid/The Money Store in Sacramento, Calif.
Rodney Frost ’88 is a software engineer at Nexnet Wireless in Minneapolis. Rob Hansen ’02 is a graduate student in computer science at the University of Iowa.
Kathleen Hanson ’83 is manager of application and database services at NCS Pearson in Iowa City.
George Heimovics ’85 is lead CADD systems administrator for Alliant Energy in Cedar Rapids.
Jeffrey Henninger ’90 is senior systems consultant for Born Information Services in Wayzata, Minn.
Joseph Ipsen ’96 is a systems engineer for Lucent Technologies in Westminster, Colo.
Douglas Keester ’00 is a Web engineer at Intuit Inc. in Mountain View, Calif.
Jason Kissinger ’94 is a software engineer for Parametrics Technology in Minneapolis.
Shane Konsella ’91 is a software development engineer for Hewlett-Packard in Boise, Idaho.
Paul Latcham ’89 is a software developer for Pearson Government Solutions in Iowa City.
Ann Ross Long ’84 is a systems analyst for First Realty in Urbandale, Iowa.
Justin Love ’98 writes games at Creative Electronics and Software in South Elgin, Ill.
Bruce Lueckenhoff ’89 is senior software engineer for Advanced Computer Comm. in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Jocelyn MacKay ’88 is a business system developer for SupplyCore in Rockford, Ill.
Mary Ann McGregor ’84 is a computer consultant for the Sterling Information Group in Austin, Texas.
Wendy Miller ’98 is a systems analyst for State Farm Insurance Cos. in Hazelwood, Mo.
Terry Moore ’84 is an attorney with Herrick, Hart, et al Law Offices in Eau Claire, Wis.
Trampas Nevius ’98 is a computer programmer for Stingray Software in Morrisville, N.C.
David Opheim ’87 is a systems analyst for Aramco in Houston.
Sophon Panasawatwong ’86 is manager of Pine OA Co. Ltd. in Thailand.
Thomas Pate ’86 is an associate partner for the Accenture Foundation Inc. in Chicago.
Chad Prewett ’98 is a programmer for Worldspan in Kansas City, Mo.
Sylvia Samoraj ’00 is a Webmaster at Heritage Microfilm in Cedar Rapids.
F. Keith Scherrer ’89 is a project engineer at Rockwell Collins in Cedar Rapids.
Samuel Schroeder ’98 is an associate consultant for Progress Software Corp. in Bedford, Mass.
Adam Stanley ’90 is lead analyst for SuperValu Inc. in Eden Prairie, Minn.
Grant Stephenson ’01 is a system support specialist at Iowa State University in Ames.
Chandler Stevens ’94 is service engagement manager for Microsoft Corp. in Seattle.
Brian Stoeffler ’97 is an engineer for Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, Ariz.
John Sumner ’92 is a software engineer for Caterpillar in Morton, Ill.
Timothy Thiele ’02 is director of information technology at Dovetail Learning Systems in Cedar Rapids.
Shaun Thomas ’99 is a database administrator for INN in Moline, Ill.
Stacy Grove Tompkins ’01 works in computing services for the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics in Iowa City.
Bradley Tressell ’97 is a program analyst for Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance in St. Paul.
John Turner ’94 is a senior trader with Banc of America Capital Management in New York City.
Chad Walker ’99 creates online games for Yahoo in California.
Gregory Wells ’90 is a software engineer and consultant for Chromatic Research in Mountain View, Calif.
Eric Wettermann ’87 is owner of Mr. Sportsman in Jupiter, Fla.
Douglas Wetzel ’97 is a programmer/analyst for Xcellenet in Atlanta.
Randall Wilke ’87 is a programmer/analyst for Rockwell Collins in Cedar Rapids.
Timothy Zimmerman ’84 is vice president of Hand Held Products in Charlotte, N.C.

 

Recommended computer science reading

Cornell's computer science faculty recommends the following books to Cornell alumni:

A Gift of Fire: Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues in Computing. Baase, Sara. 1997.

Accidental Empires: How the Boys of Silicon Valley Make Their Millions, Battle Foreign Competition, and Still Can't Get a Date. Cringely, Robert X. 1992.

Alan Turing: The Enigma. Hodges, Andrew. 1983.

Being Digital. Negroponte, Nicholas. 1995. 1st ed.

Beyond Calculation: The Next Fifty Years of Computing. Denning, Peter J., and Metcalfe, Robert M. 1997.

Crystal Fire: The Birth of the Information Age. Riordan, Michael, and Hoddeson, Lillian. 1997. 1st ed.

I, Robot. Asimov, Isaac. 1963.

Insanely Great: The Life and Times of Macintosh, the Computer That Changed Everything. Levy, Steven. 1994.

Machine Beauty: Elegance and the Heart of Technology. Gelernter, David H. 1997. 1st ed.

Microcosm: The Quantum Revolution in Economics and Technology. Gilder, George F. 1989.

Minds, Brains, and Science. Searle, John R. 1984.

Neuromancer. Gibson, William. 1984.

Out of Their Minds: The Lives and Discoveries of 15 Great Computer Scientists. Shasha, Dennis E., and Lazere, Cathy A. 1995.

Show-Stopper! The Breakneck Race to Create Windows NT and the Next Generation at Microsoft. Zachary, G. P. 1994.

Snow Crash. Stephenson, Neal. 1992.

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs. Abelson, Harold, Sussman, Gerald J., and Sussman, Julie. 2nd ed. 1996.

The Cuckoo's Egg: Tracking a Spy Through the Maze of Computer Espionage. Stoll, Clifford. 1989. 1st ed. New York: Doubleday.

The Human Use of Human Beings: Cybernetics and Society. Wiener, Norbert. 1954. 2nd ed. Rev. ed.

The Little Schemer. Friedman, Daniel P., et al. 1996. 4th ed.

The Mythical Man-Month: Essays on Software Engineering. Brooks, Frederick P. 1995. Anniversary ed.

The Soul of a New Machine. Kidder, Tracy. 1981. 1st ed.

 

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