Upcoming Event: The CCT 2022 Symposium
CCT Symposium: Celebrating Computational Thinking at Duke
Thursday, March 3, 2022 from 1:00 – 5:00 PM (Eastern time)
Hybrid format: Livestreaming via YouTube with a small in-person audience
Please join us! Register for this event at https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6PglPlsY6nOTCD4
Sessions will include innovating computational education; computation-empowered science; applying computational thinking to health; art and computational generation; plus the winners of the AI for Art competition. Our expert presenters will include Akshay Bareja, David Carlson, Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel, Aria Chernik, Astrid Guigni, Ricardo Henao, Matt Hirschey, Jonathan Mattingly, Michael Pencina, Quentin Ruiz-Esparza, Sarah Rispin Sedlak, and Augustus Wendell. We’ll have special guests including Provost Sally Kornbluth for a discussion on the future of computational thinking at Duke.
This event will have a hybrid format, with in-person presentations and a small live audience, virtually complemented by livestreaming via the CCT YouTube channel. Afterwards the videos on YouTube will be available for anyone unable to join live.
CCT is a new initiative that fosters a transformational way of approaching problems, designing systems, and understanding human expression using fundamental ideas from the computational sciences. Computational thinking at Duke builds on our proven success in engaging and empowering student journeys through interdisciplinarity, project-based experiences, and team-based learning.
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