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Studying computer science can be frustrating, but with the help of his professors at Gardner-Webb University, Tyler Turner (’16) learned to make the most of errors. “Computer science is a path that is paved with mistakes and failures, but it is within those mistakes that we learn the most and when we reach the end, become competent and talented coders,” Turner reflected. “Dr. Mirek Mystkowski (professor of mathematics and computer science) is always kind with pointing out errors and using them as valuable lessons, which taught me more than anything ever could.”
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Office of University Communications, "GWU Computer Science Classes Prepared Grad to Pursue Ph.D." (2016). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 930.