Holyoke Codes presented a workshop about secret codes and cryptography to thirty-six high school girls on December 10, 2016, to cap their Computer Science Education Week offerings. Continue reading Hacking and Cybersecurity with Girls Inc. Eureka! at the MGHPCC
Last year, Holyoke Codes brought over 90 workshops to more than 1,200 area youth. Many of them were hosted at the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC), and all of them free of charge. Throughout the summer and continuing into fall of 2016, the MGHPCC has continued to host several Holyoke Codes workshops each week. Continue reading Back to School with Holyoke Codes
Over the past month, hundreds of middle school students have passed through the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computer Center. Classes of Holyoke Public School 7th graders learned of coding and how mathematical concepts integrate with robotics.
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Enhanced “Holyoke Codes” program runs April 25 – June 9, 2016 at the MGHPCC Continue reading Holyoke Public Schools offers new coding program to all 7th graders
HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – Holyoke is working to become a center of arts and science, with the help of high powered support from Washington D.C.
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The Holyoke Innovation District celebrates its 5th anniversary with a video celbrating the community, the transformation that has already taken place, while looking forward to positive changes ahead. Continue reading Holyoke Innovation District: 5th Anniversary
In this video Mayor Alex Morse reflects on the evolution of the area known as the Holyoke Innovation District, an area of downtown Holyoke that includes and surrounds the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing District.
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HOLYOKE — It’s been a tough slough for this city on the Connecticut River ever since the last of the mills left in the 1990s. But when five universities and two high-tech companies opened a supercomputing center less than four years ago, there were hopes that others would also see Holyoke’s potential.
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Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center recognized as a piece of the Holyoke development jigsaw.
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