MGHPCC and Holyoke Codes will partner with researchers from UMass Amherst and Elms College.
Unique camp experience “Holyoke Codes & Rows Summer Program” seeks to inspire lifelong physical fitness
At an award ceremony held at the Mayor’s Office June 4th, two members of the Holyoke Public School’s class of 2018 received Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC) scholarships totaling $10K. Continue reading MGHPCC Awards $10K in Scholarships to Local Graduating Seniors
Code Week hosted at the MGHPCC brings a coding and robotics experience to all seventh and eighth grade students in the Holyoke Public School system. Continue reading Holyoke Codes: Code Week 2018
Holyoke Codes explores computational molecular biophysics with Northeastern University Professor of Physics Paul Whitford. Continue reading Holyoke Codes: Molecular Biophysics through Computing
On December 9, 2017, Holyoke Codes held a Computer Science Education Week Cyber Security workshop for the Girls Inc. Eureka Program. Eureka! Scholars spend time on the UMass Amherst campus and elsewhere, experiencing lab-based activities in science, technology, engineering and math. In this workshop, a group of 22 middle and high school aged girls learned about digital forensics (browser history, image metadata), cryptography and Caesar shift code, steganography, cracking passwords, and recovering information in deleted files to solve a mystery in a Capture the Flag (CTF) contest. Continue reading Holyoke Codes: CS Education Week Cyber Security Workshop
Holyoke Codes, launched in December 2014 as part of Computer Science Education Week, is a collaborative partnership of the MGHPCC; Girls Inc. of Holyoke; Commonwealth Alliance for Information Technology Education; New England Regional Developers; Sweet and Fizzy. Educators, computer science and IT professionals develop and teach our workshops, which provide hands-on experiences for kids and families in coding, robotics, and technology. Continue reading Holyoke Codes: FIRST LEGO League Robotics Competition
MGHPCC receives grant from Community Foundation of Western Mass. to create summer camp experience combining watersports and computer programing Continue reading “Holyoke Codes and Rows!” Aims to Inspire STEM Pursuits
At an event on Wednesday May 25, 2017, four graduating high school seniors Jelitza Gonzalez, Josephine Moriarty, Andrew Mier, and Jacques Courchesne were awarded scholarships of $4,000 each from the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center.
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