The CoE for ICT works with the National Workforce Center of Emerging Technologies develop and implements a variety of grant projects designed to improve IT education primarily at community colleges. Current project and research summaries are available for review.
CPATH Planning Grant: Building A Community to Revitalize Community College Undergraduate Computing Pathways
This work concentrates on barriers community college students frequently encounter when attempting to complete mathematics requirements for transfer to a four institution, when a bachelor’s degree in computing science is the desired outcome.
Activities and Findings of CPATH Planning Grant (Word Document)
From STEM to Stern: An Education to Industry Research, Action, Change Project to Develop Long-Term Employer-Education Partners
The study was designed to examine the extent to which the associate degree is a meaningful credential for entry and advancement in these positions in the context of local labor markets and employers.
STEM to Stern (Word Document)
A National Resource Center Project Funded by NSF
The project is designed to research and create a web-based resource that engages educators as well as students and employers, and allows for the development and networking of teaching, learning and assessment around real-world based digital samples of workplace scenarios.
View prior grants and research projects.