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Andrea Johnson Receives Award to Join ETI

May 2021

Andrea Johnson
Andrea Johnson, Ph.D., assistant professor in computer and information sciences, received an award to join the Consortium for Enabling Technologies and Innovation (ETI). In this collaboration, Dr. Johnson will be able to continue her research developing and evaluating curricula that assesses and improves students' computational thinking skills as it pertains to preparation for future technical careers.

About ETI
The core mission of the Consortium for Enabling Technologies and Innovation is to direct the multidisciplinary research and innovation that enable the technologies to train the next-generation of human capital, and to bridge the gap between the university basic research and NNSA national laboratories’ mission-specific applications. The ETI Consortium is composed of 14 institutions of higher education and 12 national laboratories committed to promoting the spirit of collaborative intelligence.

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