“The passion that moves us forward is from
experiencing what Cancer really does to the ones we love.
We are driven because there is a hole in our soul
where once was the love of our dog.” Gary D. Nice^
Our funds are used in eliminating cancer as a major health problem in dogs through education, outreach and research to save lives though finding cures, better treatments, more accurate cost effective diagnostic methods in dealing with cancer and diminishing dogs suffering from cancer.^
A senior computer science student that will be pursuing interests in cyber security after college. He has worked with various non-profit organizations and understands the influence that these organizations make and cannot wait to work with the National Canine Cancer Foundation.
A junior elementary education major pursuing minors in mild intervention (special education) and computer science. Her goal is to integrate these two passions in the hopes of successfully teaching young students the fundamentals of computer science, to prepare them for the ever changing technological world. Gwen is looking forward to applying and expanding her skill set while working with the National Canine Cancer foundation.
A sophomore Computer Science and Interactive Media student preparing to become a web developer. Harrison has spent a lot of time volunteering with several organizations as a student, both in high school and during his undergraduate studies. He loves to learn through real world experiences and is excited to work with the National Canine Cancer foundation on their project.
A senior computer science and actuarial science student that will likely be pursuing a career in the actuarial field after graduation. Dennis has a passion for dogs and has spent some time volunteering for Indy Humane. He is excited to be apart of this project.
The goal of the team is to design a multi-step Silent Auction mechanic that will allow the organization to have a safe and reliable means to raise money for their organization.