Georgia AIM partner CEISMC collaborates with Google on tech hub

Educators work on a STEM project

Last updated on February 14th, 2024 at 08:00 pm

Almost 100 Benjamin E. Mays High School students are currently working on yearlong capstone projects that combine computer science, robotics, and other STEM disciplines in its newly installed technology hub thanks to a collaborative partnership between Georgia Tech’s Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC) and Google. During the project, the objective is to train the entire high school faculty on the use and implementation of the tech hub so that it can be a resource for the full student body.

“The overarching goal for this initiative is student-focused and student-driven. We want to provide unique experiential experiences in engineering, data center operations, cloud computing, machine learning, and supply chain, using Google technologies.” said Google’s Global Head of Modeling and Technical Innovation Nathaniel W. Tindall III. “Through these learning opportunities and interactions with Google employees who are already working in these roles, we can help the students discover new possibilities and opportunities for their future.”

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