Prof. Yue Cheng received a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation entitled "CAREER: Harnessing Serverless Functions to Build Highly Elastic Cloud Storage Infrastructure."
Ximena Perez, CS student wants to help fellow SHPE members learn about networking and the career opportunities.
Engineering and technology college courses cover the problem-solving skills successful students will need in their careers. But what those courses don’t always cover is how to get a job.
Given her passion for the field, Glebus encourages other women to try computing. She praised George Mason University's Department of Computer Science for being inclusive towards all students. For more information about Break Through Tech at Mason, visit this site.
George Mason University junior and Honors College student Brenda Henriquez has been named an Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholar, a program that recognizes outstanding undergraduate female students studying computer science.
George Mason University announced today a grant from Break Through Tech to propel more students who identify as women and non-binary into tech education—and ultimately tech careers—through curriculum innovation, career access, and community building. The goal of the grant is to increase the number of these students graduating with a tech degree at Mason by 12.5 percentage points by 2026.