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Google : Top Female Student in Computer Science

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Previous Winners

'11-'12 Zoe Rolfe
'10-'11 Miranda Aperghis
'09-'10 Emy Calder
2008-9 Tessa Conway
Previous years were scholarships
2008-9 Caroline Simester
2007-8 Dominique Kwiek
2006-7 Sarah Macdonald
The Google Prize is awarded each year to a female student studying in the department of Computer Science. The prize is intended to encourage women to enter and remain in the field of Computer Science at Bristol, and to demonstrate the continuing development in the relationship between Google and the department.

This prize is worth £200

Google is a public and profitable company focused on search services. It operates web sites at many international domains, with the most trafficked being www.google.com. The company also serves corporate clients, including advertisers, content publishers and site managers with cost-effective advertising and a wide range of revenue generating search services. Google's breakthrough technology and continued innovation serve the company's mission of "organizing the world's information and making it universally accessible and useful."

For more information on Google please visit http://www.google.co.uk/about.html