The Resource Center for Distance Education (CREAD), attached to the Dean's Office of Academic Affairs of the University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez Campus (RUM), received a grant of $537,800.00 from the 21st Century Technical and Business Education Fund of the Puerto Rico Department of Economic Development and Commerce (DDEC). The grant will be used to establish the CREAD Computer Science Academy, an educational program for professional certification in Computer Science, which will provide a credential in nine to 12 months.
To support the development of technology innovation, the student organization Include Girls, will host the second edition of e#include<a-thon> on October 22-23, 2016 at the University Center of the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras.
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The Computational Science Department from the Faculty of Natural Sciences at the Univeristy of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus held the first Cyber Security Summer Camp for high school students. The camp focused on introducing participants to areas of cyber security, holding informative workshops and by providing pratical experiencies through the use of tools used by experts in security.
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Dr. Carlos Correa explains the relevance of programming in this profile article by Diálogo Digital.
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Artículo producido como requisito del Seminario 1 en Periodismo, “Retratos”: La entrevista creativa y en profundidad (COPU 6725), que dicta este semestre el doctor Mario E. Roche en el Programa Graduado de La Escuela de Comunicación de la Universidad de Puerto Rico.
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The NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Educator Award publicly celebrates high school educators who encourage girls’ interest and participation in technology pursuits. Educator Award recipients form a national community of peers, share practices, and empower other educators to encourage the participation of girls in computing.