August 31st, 2009 | Published in Google Student Blog
Google and the United Negro College Fund are proud to announce our 2009 Google UNCF Scholars!
Google UNCF scholars will each receive a USD $10,000 academic scholarship and are invited to an all-expenses paid trip to the Google Headquarters in California in 2010. While at the Googleplex they'll have the opportunity to meet each other and attend technical talks and professional development workshops, as well as explore the San Francisco Bay area. We hope this program will encourage students to excel in their studies in years to come, inspire them to become role models and leaders, and attract more African-American students to the fields of science and technology.
Please join us in congratulating our Google UNCF Scholars!
- Brandon Fields, Tuskegee University
- Brandon Whitehead, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Brett Matthews, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Courtney Daley, Rochester Institute of Technology
- Dwayne Reeves, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Edward William, University of Idaho
- Ikpeme Erete, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Kimberly Davis, Talladega College
- Mauricia Ragland, Clark Atlanta University
- Miyako Jones, University of Michigan-Flint
- Nancy Douyon, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
- Njinda Ngwanchang, University of Massachusetts
- Paula Laurent, DePaul University
- Sean Sanders, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Shani Ingram, Tennessee State University
- Stephen Guy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Stephen Oney, Carnegie Mellon University
- Wendy Logan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology