by Craig Burdick ’96 (CLAS), ’01 (ENG)
Engineers leave nothing to chance. Yet when Kimberly Sayre ’15 (CLAS, ENG) was accepted to UConn and took her tour of the Storrs campus, a chance encounter affirmed her choice of school – and allowed her to pursue her dream.
The daughter of an electrical engineer, Sayre was always interested in computers, fascinated by the inner workings of the machines. In high school, she took the AP computer programming exam and scored well. “It showed me what I wanted to do,” says Sayre. “At a fairly early age, I knew I wanted to go into computers.”
Read the full story here.