Marshall Asch Received Erin Angus Graduate Student Award

The Student Experience Awards are presented each year to deserving undergraduate and graduate students, staff, and faculty members.  

Marshall is a graduate student in the School of Computer Science. He has been a mentor to his peers in his lab, extra-curricular activities and to the broader community. Marshall is actively involved in Society for Computing and Information Sciences and has been nominated to be a Graduate Student Senator. Marshall manages the Guelph Coding Community on campus, updating and facilitating activities with both undergraduate and graduate student. Within the lab, Marshall co-led the development of an environmental and health monitoring tool used in the Innuit community of Rigolet, Nunatsiavut. Marshall has clearly made a huge impact on the department of Computer Science, the University of Guelph, and the broader community.