Student Profile

Todun Osunloye

Computer Information Technology

Even though I am new to computer science, the flexibility of my program allowed me to explore advanced topics in addition to the required introduction to computer science material. The added benefit of being in the presence of history - think ENIAC – always inspired me to learn to make something useful for the human community.

More than 250 years ago, Benjamin Franklin, founder of the University of Pennsylvania, envisioned an academic institution where classical learning would be united with a sound practical education in the arts and sciences. In Ben's own words, students ought to receive everything that is practical and everything that is ornamental. Today Penn, the oldest university in the nation, is fulfilling that vision by preparing students for a technological world, a world where leadership goes to those who have learned how to combine the practical and the ornamental.

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