Pillar 1: Innovate Computing Majors and Minors
Every student in computing majors/minors can pursue flexible, personalized pathways through an interdisciplinary curriculum marrying computing, liberal arts, and societal grand challenges that emphasizes experiential and team learning.
Innovations in computing courses
Interdisciplinary Introduction to Computer Science and Foundations of Data Science take interdisciplinary approaches to introducing students to computational thinking.
Race, Gender, Class & Computing explores the diversity challenges in computing and their effects on technology and society at large.
Cultural Competence in Computing (3C)
The Cultural Competence in Computing (3C) Fellows Program is a five-month, cohort-based professional development program at Duke where teams of faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and graduate students across the country work to develop/improve cultural competence – a set of congruent behaviors, attitudes, and policies that enable professionals to work effectively in cross-cultural situations – as well as utilize these competencies to affect their home institutions. Read more about the successful first cohort in “Diversifying Computer Science, One Cohort at a Time.”