CUYT is dedicated to implementing technology-based programs designed to work with urban youth.
CNSE’s K-12 Teacher Training & Curriculum Development Programs are designed for K-12 educators and administrators to increase awareness about nanotechnology.
CNSE assists community colleges with the development of an associate’s degree in nanotechnology.
CNSE partners with DCCC to bring students into CNSE’s Albany NanoTech Complex to provide the practical, hands-on portion of DCCC’s Equipment Support Technician Program.
The SMT program, developed in partnership with CNSE, prepares students for careers in the semiconductor manufacturing industry.
Introduces children from the ages of six to nine on the concepts of teamwork and basic design skills, creating an interest in science and technology
Audio/video recordings of Writers Institute events
STEP prepares historically underrepresented and/or economically disadvantaged K-12 students to acquire the aptitude and skills necessary to pursue post-secondary degrees.
The Smart Scholars Early College High School Program was developed to increase high school graduation rates and college completion rates for disadvantaged students.
Students utilize robots as a platform to learn key computer science concepts, programming, hardware and software.
Students design, develop, deploy, and evaluate Web-based learning modules for use by the Albany School's K thru 12 students.
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