Service to the community is an important mission we strive to fulfill. Our school seeks to have both a global scientific impact and an engaged and relevant local impact on technology-related industries in Miami and South Florida. Whether we are providing advanced workshops for teachers, demonstrating the state-of-the-art technology at an event, or providing at-risk students with opportunities to learn about technology, our faculty, staff, and students are committed to sharing our knowledge and talents for the betterment of society.
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The eMerge Americas Foundation and John S. and James L. Knight Foundation have partnered to establish a fellowship program that invests in the professional development of top-performing local university engineering students and introduces them to opportunities at top-tier South Florida-based
The following pictures show aspects of the implementation of an innovative CS STEAM curriculum for elementary and middle school students, and developed @FIUSCIS.
In continuing with FIU’s MOU program since the past two years, we are proud to announce that the third year of MOU program has risen to greater heights with five outstanding Indian final year undergraduate students from Siddaganga Institute of
Women in Computer Science (WICS) is excited to announce WICSCON: This is what a Programmer looks like, Florida International University’s first student-run women in technology conference happening April 20th, 2019 from 9AM-3PM in Miami, FL. Our goal is to bring
A new regional chapter of the Computer Science Teachers Association will form soon in Miami. Local CS teachers gathered on February 28th and March 21st to meet each other personally, and to establish long-term goals for the Miami chapter. At
The first is Code/Art, a local nonprofit focused on using the arts to inspire girls throughout Miami-Dade County to learn to code. Our investment will help build the organization’s capacity and advance a train-the-trainer program to support art teachers across