Gwinnett Tech Computer Information Systems Students
Take Top Design Honors in Statewide Technical College Competition
Four Gwinnett Technical College Computer Information Systems (CIS) students are the winners of the GOAL and Rick Perkins Award Winners' Book design competition conducted by the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG).
Gwinnett Tech student winners include Andre Connell, Adrienne Dooms, Kris Jensen and Richard Sierra. The winning design was a group project the students completed in Dr. John Thacher's Web Graphics Using Photoshop class in Winter Quarter 2010. Dr. Thacher is the program director for web design at Gwinnett Tech.
The student's winning design will be used on all the publications TCSG chooses, but specifically for the Winners' Book and banquet program for the GOAL and Rick Perkins Award. Each of the GTC students will be credited with their photo featured in the Winners' Book and awarded a $200 check.
Gwinnett Tech's Computer Information Systems program offers both associate degrees and diplomas in computer programming, computer simulation/game developer, information security specialist, internet specialist – web site design and networking specialist as well as additional certificate options in Cisco network specialist CCNA, Cisco specialist CCNP, computer service and electronics technician, computer simulation/game developer, cyber crime specialist, data center specialist, information security specialist, internet specialist – web site design, java programmer, linux/unix systems administrator, network administrator and PC repair and network technician.
GTC offers more than 45 degree, diploma and certificate options that can be completed in two years or less. For more information, visit www.GwinnettTech.edu or call 770-962-7580.
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