Bryan Keller receives technology fellowship from KPCB.Bryan Keller Receives Technology Fellowship from KPCB

Marist Computer Science Student Places in Top 3% of Applicants

Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers (KPCB), a venture capital firm in Silicon Valley, has selected Marist Computer Science major Bryan Keller as winner of one of their premier fellowships in technology. Bryan was one of 3% of the applicants who were awarded the fellowship. He is featured on the KPCB site.

The KPCB Fellows Program is the top engineering program for undergraduate students interested in technology and entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley. The program pairs top engineering students from across the country with leading edge start-ups. Their work experience is additionally supplemented with special events and programming projects led by CEOs and executives from KPCB portfolio companies and KPCB Partners. A full list of the students who were awarded the fellowships this year is available at: http://kpcbfellows.com/meet-the-fellows

 

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