Former Trinity College of Arts & Sciences Dean Valerie Ashby presents the history of the CCT.
In the News
Learn more about the Center for Computational Thinking through the articles below.
Duke Launches Center to Bring Computational Thinking to All Students, Duke Today, October 12, 2020
Computational Thinking is for Everyone, Duke Science and Technology
Computing is profoundly impacting all the things we do as humans, from how we interact and how we are entertained to our politics and social discourse. The Duke CCT will be our vehicle to reimagine ways of integrating computational thinking into all of our students’ experience.
Ravi Venkat Bellamkonda, Dean of the Pratt School of Engineering
Duke has a unique position and a unique role in terms of integrating computational thinking with a variety of other disciplines that really make a difference. It’s not just to prepare our students to survive in this new world, but to help them to lead.
Jun Yang, Chair of Duke Computer Science Department