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Computer Science Undergrads Publish Book

A World of Java Programing SmCopper Country Coders (CCCoders) is an organization that introduces local students in middle and high school to the world of computer science and programming. Michigan Tech undergraduate and graduate computer science students volunteer as instructors and mentors under the guidance of Computer Science faculty members Leo Ureel and Charles Wallace.


Computer Science Faculty, Students Teach Kids to Code

1481146201Charles Wallace and Leo Ureel, along with two of their graduate students and six undergraduates in Computer Science, are spending time in Houghton and Hancock schools this week, giving elementary, middle and high school students hands-on experience with computer coding.

The programs are in observance of Computer Science Education Week.


K-12 Teachers Computer Science Workshop at Tech

Google Computer Science for High SchoolTwenty school teachers from across Michigan will be at Michigan Tech for a three-day workshop Monday through Wednesday.

The workshop, called CS4all, will help teachers learn to integrate computer science and computational thinking into their classrooms.

Sponsored by grants from Google, the workshop is the first step toward establishing an online “community of practice”


Funding on Agile Communicators for Charles Wallace

Charles Wallace (CS) is the principal investigator on a research and development project that has received a $218,735 grant from the National Science Foundation. The title of the project is Agile Communicators: Preparing Students for Communication-Intensive Software Development through Inquiry, Critique and Reflection. Also involved with the project are Leo Ureel (CS) and Shreya Kumar (CS).