URL Software Engineering

Master of Science of Software Engineering

Department of Computing Sciences
University of Scranton

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The Ryan T. O’Malley ’99 Memorial Scholarship

The University of Scranton is proud to honor the memory of Ryan Thomas O’Malley ’99 through the establishment of The Ryan T. O’Malley ’99 Memorial Scholarship.  In commemoration of their loving son, Dr. John ’64 and Mrs. Helene O’Malley with Ryan’s siblings-John, Ed, Julie, Diane, and Erin-established this scholarship fund which will enable computer science students with an interest in running who have limited resources to attend The University of Scranton.

Ryan earned a BS in Accounting in (1999) and an MS in Software Engineering (2003.) He was inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the National Jesuit Honor Society in recognition of his academic achievements and service.  A fitness enthusiast, Ryan ran several marathons and completed numerous long-distance cycling events to benefit the American Diabetes Association.  He had tremendous zeal to help others and using his gift of physical fitness to do so gave him great joy.  
If you wish to make a donation to The Ryan T. O’Malley ’99 Memorial Scholarship, you can do so by mailing a check to the address below or online via The University of Scranton website at www.scranton.edu/makeagift .  Be sure to indicate you want to direct your gift to “The Ryan T. O’Malley Memorial Scholarship” when making your contribution.

For further information about this endowment fund, please contact Trish Krisiak, The University of Scranton, O’Hara Hall 519, Scranton, PA 18510, (570) 941-7724.

Ryan T. O’Malley Annual Race 2013

The Ryan O'Malley Annual Race (ROAR) Committee, along with The University of Scranton, invite you to run, walk or cheer on the participants at the First Annual ROAR 5K Run/Walk!

The ROAR 5K Run/Walk will take place Sunday, May 19, 2013 at beautiful Nay Aug Park in Scranton, PA.

More information and to participate, go to www.roar5k.com

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