Computer Science students Jasmine Blunt, Darryl Walden, Justin Glymph, Sean Michael Galvin and Ashley Hall represented Norfolk State University in the recent Dominion Enterprises 5th Annual Hack-a-Thon. The students were assigned to develop a web application for ForRent.com during the 2-day competition, and won the “Cleanest Code” award. Their code will be implemented into the live online site. Dr. Michael Keeve, the acting associate dean for the College of Science Engineering and Technology and associate professor of mathematics, served as the Tidewater MATHCOUNTS competition coordinator. The competition was hosted by the Mathematics Department and featured Broadwater Academy and Kemps Landing Magnet School. Winning schools participated in the state MATHCOUNTS competition March 16. Dr. Dorothy L.R. Jones, professor of business, has coauthored the book, “Your Office: Getting Started with Business Communication,” with Amy S. Kinser. The office applications textbook bridges the gap between skill and application, and empowers students to master Office 2010 as a tool to solve problems and make decisions while learning the art of effective business communication.