Gordon J. VanderBrug Scholarship

As a 25 year old Calvin instructor, Gordon J. VanderBrug believed that computers were vital to a college education. As a result, during the 1968-1969 academic year, he taught the first computer science class in Calvin's history. Undeterred by the fact that the college did not have a computer, he found a local engineering company who was willing to let the students use its computer in the evening hours. Nearly thirty interested students and faculty, including fifteen in his numerical analysis class, completed the course. Calvin is grateful for Gordon VanderBrug's generous efforts on behalf of his students and the college.

YearRecipients
2015/16Micah Ng & Colin Gesink
2014/15James Lamine & Patrick Hess
2013/14Patrick Hess & Ruth Holtrop
2012/13John Kloosterman & Ha Kyung Kong
2011/12John Kloosterman & Ha Kyung Kong
2010/11Nathan Brink, Nathaniel Burns & Aaron Etzler
2009/10Nathaniel Burns & Jonathan Roshko
2008/09Dan Brown, Allison Thompson, & Jon Walz
2007/08Dan Brown, Allison Thompson, & Jon Walz
2006/07Nathan Beach, Dan Brown, & Allison Thompson
2005/06Josh Holtrop

Details

Award Amount: $2,450
Class Level: JR,SR
Minimum GPA: 3
Financial need?: Not considered
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