Local education nonprofit offering free computer science workshop for middle schoolersPhoto provided by Mind Bubble
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Mind Bubble, a local nonprofit offering tutoring, educational workshops and games for students, will host its free monthly workshop on July 28.
Titled “Mathematical Problem-Solving the Computer Age: Approaches to Deadlock and Routing,” the workshop will introduce students to key computer science concepts like deadlock and the routing strategies that help to avoid it.
During the two-hour workshop, students will investigate mathematical problem-solving strategies that help computer scientists solve difficult problems in their field, and, in doing so, students will learn to see mathematics in a new light, Mind Bubble said in a press release.
Dr. Patricia Vela, a visiting assistant professor of mathematics at Agnes Scott College, will facilitate the workshop.
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