Award - DI Service

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The ICPC Distinguished International Service Award
The ICPC Outstanding International Contribution Award
The UPE Distinguished International Service Award
The UPE Outstanding International Contribution Award

The ICPC Distinguished International Service Award (DISA) is presented to an institution that has played an instrumental role in the success of international educational programs for ten or more years. The award comes with a donation to computer science scholarships.

The ICPC Outstanding International Contribution Award (OICA) requires a five year commitment. The award comes with a donation to computer science scholarships.

The UPE Distinguished International Service Award (DISA) is presented to an institution that has played an instrumental role in the success of international educational programs for ten or more years. The award comes with a donation to computer science scholarships.

The UPE Outstanding International Contribution Award (OICA) requires a five year commitment. The award comes with a donation to computer science scholarships.

Year Recipient Service
2010 Harbin Engineering University UPE Distinguished International Service Award for:
hosting regional contests
hosting the World Finals in 2010
2010 Baylor University UPE Outstanding International Contribution Award for:
distinguished service to the world's universities by hosting the ICPC Headquarters and for extraordinary support for the 2010 ACM-ICPC World Finals
2009 KTH-Royal Institute of Technology UPE Distinguished International Service Award for:
hosting regional contests
hosting the World Finals in 2009
2008 University of Alberta UPE Distinguished International Service Award for:
100 Years of Service
hosting the World Finals in 2008
2007 IBM
Media:DISA07.pdf
ICPC Distinguished International Service Award for:
ICPC Sponsor 1997-2007
IBM Media over 1,000,000,000 Circulation
IBM Academic Initiative
2006 Baylor University
Media:DISA06.pdf
ICPC Distinguished International Service Award for:
the Baylor Contest Model (1984)
hosting ICPC Headquarters (1989-2012)
hosting the 2006 World Finals
2005 Texas State University ICPC Distinguished International Service Award for:
supporting the ICPC and universities of the world through the efforts of C. J. Hwang, Director and Founder of Asia Contests (1990-2005)
2005 Valladolid University
Media:OICA05.pdf
ICPC Outstanding International Contribution for
Miguel Revilla's Valladolid On-Line Judge
the ICPC Live Archive at Baylor & Valladolid