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Informatics at Multiple Scales

In 2009 NKU received a National Science Foundation grant for an "everything computes" project, a novel program to stimulate computational thinking across many disciplines.

The NSF program that funds the project is entitled "Pathways to Revitalized Undergraduate Computing Education", or CPATH. The purpose of this national program is to contribute to the development of a globally competitive workforce with competency in computational thinking, which the NSF views as essential to U.S. leadership in global innovation. The grant period formally ended in Fall 2013, but the legacy of this project continues in transdisciplinary efforts across the university, particularly in the unique general education course INF 128 Principles of Informatics.

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The Project

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    In recent decades natural science has come to recognize and study phenomena that recur at multiple scales of space and time. read more