UC student is winner in Knovel University Challenge

Aravind Ranganathan poses with his prize, an iPod nano

Aravind Ranganathan poses with his prize, an iPod nano

Aravind Ranganathan, a PhD student in Computer Science at the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS), recently won an iPod nano by participating in the Knovel University Challenge. 

The Challenge was a nationwide contest for engineering students, and required them to locate answers to technical questions using collections in the Knovel online technical resource.  Knovel is a subscription product paid for by UC Libraries.  Aravind won in the “Contest Within a Contest” category. 

Here is the list of all winners: http://why.knovel.com/knovel-university-challenge-2009/2009-winners.html

While not busy with his PhD studies, Aravind enjoys working as a Graduate Assistant in the Engineering Library.  Congratulations!

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