School of Computer Science

Downing Street tribute in memory of Computer Science Student

A charity set up in memory of a former University of Nottingham student has been recognised by the Prime Minster.

Josh Carrick was diagnosed with testicular cancer at the age of 22. He had just graduated from The University Of Nottingham with a degree in computer science and was about to attend an induction day for his dream job at IBM.

Just 12 months later, in 2011, the cancer took his life. His family and friends were devastated at the loss of such a bright and brilliant man and wanted to do something to honour his memory.

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Posted on Thursday 24th March 2016

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