Computer Science Student Network

The CS-STEM Network’s mission is to certify that students studying Computer Science and Robotics have the requisite skills needed to compete in today’s evolving economy. As part of that mission, Carnegie Mellon trains and certifies teachers on the pedagogy of teaching Computer Science, Computational Thinking Practices, and STEM in their STEM Robotics courses.

Responding to a decline in the number of U.S. college graduates with advanced Computer Science and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (CS-STEM) degrees, Carnegie Mellon University and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) developed the Computer Science Network (CS2N) as a collaborative research project designed to increase the number of students pursuing advanced CS-STEM degrees. The online hub features activities and courses that teach kids how to program virtual robots, animations, games, and webpages.

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