Ray Ozzie Computer Science Fellowship
The Ray Ozzie Fellowship was established in 1996 by Ray Ozzie (BS '79, Hon. D. Eng. '12). Ozzie spent a lot of his time as a CS student programming PLATO, the nation's first computer-based education system. He was a lead programmer for Lotus Symphony before co-founding his own company, Iris Associates, which created Lotus Notes. Later, he co-founded Groove Networks, which was purchased by Microsoft in 2005, where he followed Bill Gates as Chief Software Architect. Today, hes is working on a new stealth start-up, Talko. This fellowship is available to graduate students enrolled in the Department of Computer Science in the College of Engineering.
|2001-2002||Jonathon R. Fischer|