College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Computer Science & Software Engineering

Student Of The Month - February 2002

Seth Berrier and Stephanie Herman


I've had both Seth and Stephanie in several classes. Both of them are excellent students and work hard. They both participated in the ACM programming contest last year. Seth has the distinction of getting a higher grade than Nick Deibel in a course last year (computer architecture) and Stephanie got the highest grade in my CS242 class a couple years back. Congrats to both of them!
- Jon Sorenson

Stephanie has impressed me with her self-motivated personality and her positive attitude towards learning. She doesn't hesitate to take initiatives, step forward to volunteer and make important decisions. She is well-liked by her peers and she is an outgoing person with a pleasant personality. It has been a pleasure to have her in my classes as well as in my research projects. Keep the good work up Stephanie!!

I am impressed by Seth's creativity and ability to work well with others. I enjoyed having him in my classes and research projects. All the best, Seth!
- Panos Linos


Seth has consistently been one of the top students in the courses he has take with me. He catches on quickly and has the ability to view problems from different perspectives. I have also had the opportunity to hear him sing at several Butler functions. There is still ongoing debate as to whether he is a better musician or computer scientist. Kidding Seth. Congratulations!!

When I came to Butler 2 years ago, Stephanie left for study abroad in New Zealand. This is the first semester she has taken a course from me, Computer Organization. Stephanie grasps concepts very quickly and works very hard. Her interests are very broad. Congratulation Stephanie!!
- Pete Henderson