UNF Receives Sizeable NSF Grant to Enhance Local Computer Science Teacher Readiness

UNF Receives Sizeable NSF Grant to Enhance Local Computer Science Teacher Readiness

Dr. Brian Zoellner, a University of North Florida associate professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum within the College of Education and Human Services, and Dr. William Klostermeyer, a professor in the School of Computing and interim dean of the College of Computing, Engineering and Construction, were just awarded a grant totaling over $291,000 from the National Science Foundation to help better prepare local high school educators in teaching computer science.

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