Giving students an early start on computer science education with a focus on security is crucial. And high school is already too late, argues Project Lead the Way’s Vince Bertram.
In an effort to get local students interested in coding and programming, New York's Monroe College is launching a free, 12-week summer Coding Academy at its Bronx campus.
CMU will help advance the DPCI technology, which has the potential to be a transformative technology in the field of robotics.
The University of Denver's Center for Professional Development will partner with the Denver-based Silicon STEM Academy to offer "STEM for Grown-Ups," a new curriculum of interactive courses involving science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) that teachers and others can take for continuing education unit credit.
Re-envisioning how people might experience the 2024 Olympic Games was a major theme at a recent student hackathon in Southern California.
The University of California, Davis recently brought an augmented reality (AR) sandbox to students at Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science to help them learn about Earth science and watersheds.
Grant brings together universities and businesses to develop new tools and technologies.
Educators and students from Portland State University Department of Computer Science and the Lincoln High School Coding Club in Portland, OR have teamed up with industry professionals to organize the Portland CyberPatriot Camp, which will take place at Lincoln High from July 18 to 22.
Nanodegree students can now visit physical learning centers for in-person instruction.
The bootcamp intends to train higher ed students in software engineering and increase employability.