CCT History

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.

...[W]e want all Duke students to be computationally literate - regardless of major or minor. Computational thinking is about adopting a specific mindset and approach to problem solving. This is liberal arts for the 21st century.

Valerie Ashby, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences Dean

The CCT is connecting existing resources at Duke — and responding to gaps in our current offerings — to ensure all students and faculty have the opportunity to bring [computational] approaches to their studies and their research.

Sally Kornbluth, Duke University Provost