August 29, 2007
The Computerworld Honors Program Recognizes NC State as a 2007 Laureate for the Virtual Computing Laboratory Project
The Computerworld Honors Program (www.cwhonors.org) recognized North Carolina State University as a 2007 Laureate in the category of education for its Virtual Computing Laboratory (VCL) project in a medal ceremony at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, D.C., on June 4. Samuel F. Averitt, vice provost for information technology at NC State, and Dr. Mladen A. Vouk, professor and head of computer science and associate vice provost for information technology at NC State, accepted the medal on behalf of the university. Each year the Computerworld Honors Program recognizes people, organizations and institutions from around the world for their visionary applications of information technology.