- Goldwater Scholarship (2010)
Carlo Angiuli, a junior pursuing a double major in computer science and math, has been awarded one of the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships. The scholarship is given to help “outstanding students pursue careers in mathematics, the natural sciences, or engineering; and to foster excellence in those fields.” This year, there were 1,111 nominees nationally, with 278 awards being given. IU nominated four students (all sophomores and juniors) to the national competition, and, in an exceptional and unprecedented situation, all four have been named winners.
“All of us at the School are immensely proud of Carlo for his achievement,” said dean Bobby Schnabel. “The Goldwater scholarship is a very competitive process, and is only given to students who display an exceptional work ethic and knowledge base in their chosen field. It is a wonderful accomplishment for Carlo and a testament to the quality of our computer science program.”