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{ Julie Gil '11, Computer Science } New York City23 INFORMATIONSEIDENBERG SCHOOL OF SCIENCE ANDCOMPUTERSYSTEMSPFORZHEIMER HONORS COLLEGE

24Seidenberg Points of Distinctionn One of the first comprehensive schools of computing in the country.n Women make up 31 percent of the Seidenberg student body (compared with a national average of 20 percent).n One of only two Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education in the New York Metropolitan Area.n Accredited by ABET, Inc. (the recognized accreditor for college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology) for its BS in Computer Science and BS in Information Systems.n Ranked #1 in awarding MS degrees to Hispanics in the 2009 Study of Top Degree Producers by Diverse Issues in Higher Education.{ Alexander Quick '11, dual major in Computer Science and Economics } New York CityFor Alexander Quick, it's all about choice. A senior Seidenberg Scholar, he's already interned for impressive companies. A service learning project has afforded him the chance to build a website to showcase the artwork of developmentally disadvantaged adults. And through a study abroad trip to Brazil, he gained a first-hand view of a different culture. "Thanks to an astounding number of experiences, I've learned I have a complex fusion of interests," he says. "But no matter what path I pursue, I know I'll be successful."