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In recognition of Computer Science (CS) week, on Wednesday, December 11th, Lt. Governor Dan Forest will be joining students at Stough and Vance Elementary Schools in Wake County for an "Hour of Code."
In recognition of Computer Science (CS) week, on Wednesday, December 11th, Lt. Governor Dan Forest will be joining students at Stough and Vance Elementary Schools in Wake County for an "Hour of Code."
 
When you think of art and music, computer science may be the furthest thing from your mind. East Carolina University College of Education’s iCS4All project aims to change that.
When you think of art and music, computer science may be the furthest thing from your mind. East Carolina University College of Education’s iCS4All project aims to change that.
 
As Chairman of the Special Committee on Computer Science at the State Board of Education, Lt. Governor Forest announces the members who will help lead the process of ensuring high-quality Computer Science training and education is available to all our North Carolina public school students.
As Chairman of the Special Committee on Computer Science at the State Board of Education, Lt. Governor Forest announces the members who will help lead the process of ensuring high-quality Computer Science training and education is available to all our North Carolina public school students.
 
To help promote a strong workforce to make sure North Carolina is prepared for the jobs of today and tomorrow, Governor Roy Cooper has declared December 4-10, 2017, Computer Science Education Week
To help promote a strong workforce to make sure North Carolina is prepared for the jobs of today and tomorrow, Governor Roy Cooper has declared December 4-10, 2017, Computer Science Education Week
 
Students are enrolling in coding “boot camps” at record rates, with the number of graduates increasing from about 2,200 in 2013 to an estimated 23,000 in 2017
Students are enrolling in coding “boot camps” at record rates, with the number of graduates increasing from about 2,200 in 2013 to an estimated 23,000 in 2017
 
Two National Science Foundation grants totaling almost $1.6 million will help East Carolina University's College of Education improve undergraduate science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, education and introduce computational thinking to schoolchildren in rural areas
Two National Science Foundation grants totaling almost $1.6 million will help East Carolina University's College of Education improve undergraduate science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, education and introduce computational thinking to schoolchildren in rural areas
 
Between 9 p.m. Feb. 23 and 8 a.m. Feb. 24, 16 students from the College of Engineering and Technology (CET), the College of Business (COB) and other University colleges came together to help launch a company
Between 9 p.m. Feb. 23 and 8 a.m. Feb. 24, 16 students from the College of Engineering and Technology (CET), the College of Business (COB) and other University colleges came together to help launch a company
 
An effort in East Carolina University's computer science program aims to make more female students aware of opportunities in the field.
An effort in East Carolina University's computer science program aims to make more female students aware of opportunities in the field.
 
The basement of a once-abandoned tobacco factory may seem to be an odd place to teach the most cutting edge computer technology, but that's where The Iron Yard, a computer coding academy in Durham, North Carolina, makes its home
The basement of a once-abandoned tobacco factory may seem to be an odd place to teach the most cutting edge computer technology, but that's where The Iron Yard, a computer coding academy in Durham, North Carolina, makes its home
 
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