University of Delaware faculty and administrators have been awarded a $300,000 “Improving Undergraduate STEM Education’’ grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to explore ways to incorporate computational reasoning into undergraduate courses at UD.

The grant, titled “Infusing Computational Thinking into General Education,” was made to a team led by Lori Pollock, UD Alumni Distinguished Professor in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences. Pollock and her co-investigators seek to explore ways that computational reasoning can be incorporated into courses across the University curriculum.

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