Dr. Sung H. Yoon Endowed Scholarship

The Dr. Sung H. Yoon Endowed Scholarship Fund in Computer Science was created by the family, friends, colleagues and students of late Dr. Sung H. Yoon, a professor in the Department of Computer Science at North Carolina A&T State University. He served as a faculty member of the Department of Computer Science for seven years until his untimely death in May 2007. Dr. Yoon taught classes in graphics, wireless security and software engineering. His dedication to students was clear and remarkable, making him beloved by many of them.

As a researcher, Dr. Yoon was a leading research professor in the areas of wireless security and software engineering and trained many graduate students with his funded research projects whose total funding was almost a million dollars at North Carolina A&T State University. As Dr. Yoon strongly believed in interdisciplinary research, he promoted it vigorously and practiced it himself by frequently collaborating with other researchers in the College of Engineering. He earned patents and published many scholarly papers in journals and conference proceedings. His dedication to students and scholarly works certainly enhanced the image of North Carolina A&T State University.

Dr. Yoon was a devoted Christian. He was a member of the Korean First Presbyterian Church in Greensboro, serving as an active elder, a Bible class teacher and as a mentor to many young adults. He was married to the former Imsoon Lee and they had two children.

Dr. Sung H. Yoon Endowed Scholarship Fund Criteria

The qualifications for the recipients of the Dr. Sung H. Yoon Endowed Scholarship Fund are:
• Scholarships shall be awarded to deserving students as determined by the Department of Computer Science Undergraduate Program Committee via computer science entrance requirements.

• In making the selection, this committee shall consider such student attributes as scholarship, leadership, community service, exceptional talent and financial need

Pledge Form for the Dr. Sung H. Yoon Endowed Scholarship Fund