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22 Wiliam Wulf

Born in Chicago, Wulf holds a bachelor's degree in engineering physics, a master's in electrical engineering and a Ph.D. in computer science. He also served as the assistant director for the National Science Foundation' founder, chairman and CEO of Tartan Laboratories; and a professor at Carnegie Mellon University.

Wulf's visit is part of the Hopeman Lecture Series, which brings one speaker to campus each year.

Grove City College has been listed as one of the 50 most competitive colleges in the nation. In its category, Grove City College is also ranked by U.S. News & World Report as No. 1 Best Value and No. 4 overall in the 2003 guide to America's Best Colleges. Grove City College has also been called a "hidden treasure" by guidance counselors in the Kaplan National High School Guidance Counselor Survey, published in the Kaplan/Newsweek College Catalog 2001. Founded in 1876, it is located 60 miles north of Pittsburgh, Pa. With an enrollment of 2,300 students, it is a private Christian college teaching the liberal arts, sciences and engineering. It is an advocate of the free market economic system and accepts no federal funding. Tuition is about half of the national average for private colleges.