Computer Science

Indigenizing technology for seven generations

Strengthening Connections Between Tradition and Technology

Computer science education provides students with skills and opportunities needed to thrive in today’s increasingly technological world. The College Fund’s Computer Science program addresses both the urgent needs and abundant interests of TCUs to create new and expand existing computer science programs rooted in place, aligned with community values, and adapted to workforce needs. With computer science, Native nations can exercise sovereignty by creating tribally specific solutions and efficiencies in the safety net needed by its citizens.

Computer Science Programs

Learn more about our TCU grant programs to strengthen connections between tradition and technology.

TCU Computer Science Capacity Building
Active Program Dates: 2021-2025
Through the generous funding of private donors, the four-year $2.7M TCU Computer Science Capacity Building program provides the opportunity for TCUs to build institutional capacity through increased computer science education that strengthens tribal sovereignty.

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SIPI Engages a Virtual Dialogue to Improve Early Childhood Teacher Education Programming

SIPI Engages a Virtual Dialogue to Improve Early Childhood Teacher Education Programming

SIPI Engages a Virtual Dialogue to Improve Indigenous Early Childhood Teacher Education Programming

The Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute utilized its Ihduwiyayapi grant to consult community and Indigenous thought leaders to improve the Indigenous Early Childhood Education program curriculum and develop a virtual dialogue series of 4 guest lectures featuring Indigenous scholars and teachers.

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