James N. Snyder Award for Scholastic Achievement / ICCP James N. Snyder Memorial Award

For CS and LAS students only – see details below
The James N. Snyder Award is traditionally for current CS sophomores and is made based on academic merit. Traditionally, one award is given to a student in the College of Engineering and one to a student in LAS (Math/CS, Statistics/CS, CS + X). The ICCP James N. Snyder Memorial Award may be given to a student who has an interest in software development; traditionally juniors are recognized. Before he served as CS department head (1970-1985), Professor James N. Snyder, who was originally a physicist, was a programmer for ILLIAC I and helped design ILLIAC II.

Supplemental Questions
  1. Will you be graduating in Fall 2023 or Spring 2024?
  2. Do you have an interest in applied software development? If so, please list the courses taken in this area, and the grades received. In addition, please provide any other information that would show that you have an interest in these areas (e.g., research in these areas). (essay)
  3. Please upload a single document containing your resume/CV and unofficial transcripts
  4. To the best of my knowledge, I have not committed any action that violates the UIUC Student Code or the CS Department Values and Code of Conduct.