Hands-On Computing:Looking Under the Hood of Your Everyday Computing

Project Challenge, Spring 2013

Project Challenge is a program in the winter months that brings area high school students to campus on Saturday mornings for 5 weeks to study a course of their choice. For the eighth year, a course is being offered in the Clarkson University Internet Teaching Laboratory (ITL) called "Hands-On Computing: Looking Under the Hood of Your Everyday Computing". This year's course will be taught by Clarkson computer science professor Jeanna Matthews and Ph.D. student Wenjin Hu.

Official Course Description