Join MCIU for the 22-23 CS Network Kickoff
Andrew Kuhn
The CS Network kicks off on Tuesday, August 16th at noon

Join us for the 2022-2023 Computer Science Network Kick-off.  This in-person meeting will take place in Norristown at the Flux Space.  Our kick-off event for the 2022-2023 school year is going to be a packed and meaningful event for all who attend.  It will include Computer Science experiences at Flux, a tour of Asylon (an air and ground robotics security company) and an air robotic (drones) demonstration.  Participation in the MCIU CS Network is completely voluntary.  If you have taught, are currently teaching, or just have an interest in learning more about Computer Science, this network is for you.    Be sure to register using this link, or the QR code provided.  Contact Andrew Kuhn, akuhn@mciu.org or Ben DeSantis, bdesantis@mciu.org with any questions.

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