The Computer Science Teachers Association Annual Meeting will take place in Phoenix, Ariz. July 7-10.
HackGT presents Catalyst, a free day of STEAM directed towards underserved high school students in the Metro Atlanta area. We are eager to welcome 400+ students on April 13th to Georgia Tech's Campus, making it one of the largest high school learn-a-thon
Constellations leadership will be presenting a poster at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting 2019.
Feb 27 to Mar 2
Constellations leadership with participate on a panel at SIGCSE and attend the RESPECT conference.
GVU Center Brown Bag: Morgan Ames, "The Charisma Machine: The Life, Death, and Legacy of One Laptop per Child"
This talk will discuss the One Laptop per Child project.
Jan 31 to Feb 1
Constellations leadership members will be participating in this meeting at our nation's capital.
Constellations is proud to have students competing in the Atlanta Public Schools Technology and Innovation Competition.
To celebrate Computer Science Education Week, the Constellations Center at Georgia Tech will be hosting students from Atlanta Public Schools for a campus tour and student showcase.
Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) is an annual program dedicated to inspiring K-12 students to take interest in computer science.
Lien Diaz will speak at the GSCA conference held in Macon, Ga., on November 7th.
As the state’s premier annual STEM/STEAM event, the Forum brings together leaders, innovators, and champions from across the state that are united by a passion to advance excellence in STEM /STEAM education for all students.
Constellations staff will present their 2018 commitment at the CSforALL Summit in Detroit, MI.
Constellations staff to attend conference in Houston, Texas.
Staff members of Constellations Center attend conference located in Orlando, FL.
Constellations is co-hosting this event with the CSforALL Consortium
QEM/NSF Outreach Forum on Building Research and Education Capacity in Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)
Kamau Bobb gives plenary address at forum in Baltimore, Maryland.