Summer ICE@Tech students will participate in a variety of hands-on computing activities, guest lectures and field trips to research labs on-campus. The planned activities include:
Summer ICE@Tech is a computing and technology program for students entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. The Georgia Tech College of Computing Institute for Computing Education (ICE) sponsors these sessions. The mission of ICE at the pre-college level is to advocate and participate in partnerships that foster systemic change; ensure academic success for all; and improve student appreciation, achievement and performance in science, mathematics and computing.
Summer ICE@Tech's Mission:
The specific purpose of Summer ICE@Tech is to
1) provide students not necessarily adept at computing with hands-on computing experience; and
2) to engage them in the exciting ways computing is used as a problem solving tool in a variety of career fields, including art, biology, psychology, sociology, sociobiology, environmental studies, and medicine.
Summer ICE@Tech is a handson, experience-based week of exposure to the computing future and how it makes a difference in our lives. Creative thinking and problem solving will be a major focus!
If you have additional questions, please contact Chelcea Warren at (404) 385-2273 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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