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$1.2 Million NSF Grant Extends Reach of Work by Computer Science Professor Ralph Morelli

A supplemental grant from the National Science Foundation will fund the extension of a project led by Ralph Morelli, Trinity College professor of computer science, to train high school educators to teach an Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles course through the use of app development (Mobile CSP). ​ This supplemental grant of $1,187,819 will allow […]

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Trinity selected to become a CUDA Teaching Center

Trinity’s Computer Science Department has been selected to become a CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) Teaching Center by NVIDIA, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of computer graphics processing units (GPUs). The new equipment provided to the College by NVIDIA as a result of this selection will enable students and faculty to access new sources of […]

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Ralph Morelli receives $902,000 NSF Grant

Computer Science Professor Ralph Morelli has been awarded a $902,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to promote the use of a mobile Computer Science Principles curriculum (Mobile CSP) in Connecticut public schools. Beginning in Hartford, high school teachers will be trained to teach computer science courses in schools that don’t currently offer them. The […]

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