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A scholarship fund has been established at the Pedrozzi Foundation in memory of Kim Cupps and in honor of her long career at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the Computing Directorate.
Kim was born and raised in Livermore, and after graduating from Granada High School in 1979, she earned a B.S. degree in Math and an M.S. degree in Computer Science from Chico State University. She then returned to Livermore to join Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the Computing Directorate.
During her 29-year career, Kim played a key role in bringing several of the world's fastest and most powerful supercomputers to LLNL. She held several senior management positions in the Computing Directorate where she was known for her leadership and her ability to form and motivate teams to take on challenging technical projects. Kim particularly enjoyed the opportunity to be a mentor to many talented individuals she worked with, especially to those early in their careers.
Annually, at least one scholarship will be awarded to a high school senior graduating from a Livermore high school who plans on pursuing an undergraduate degree in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) field. Preference for an award will be given to those applicants who have:
Demonstrated leadership skills,
Been involved in athletics and/or other outdoor activities,
Mentored others at school or in the community.
Donations may also be made via check, stock transfer, charitable distributions from retirement accounts and employee giving programs, such as the LLNL HOME campaign. Contact the Pedrozzi Foundation at info@Pedrozzi.org or 925-456-3700 for further information.
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