The demand for diverse talent in computer science fields is at an all-time high and it's projected to continue growing. Yet fewer than 3% of college students graduate with a degree in computer science, and only 8% of STEM graduates are in computer science.¹ That’s why we’re providing the resources and programs higher education faculty and students need to create, make change, and succeed.
Part of what makes computer science so exciting is that it’s ever-changing. To help stay ahead, we’ve developed material you can use with your students or to supplement your own learning.
Google Cloud Platform helps makers, teachers, researchers, and IT administrators alike go further with speed, agility, and ease.
Start to build, test, and deploy applications on Google's highly-scalable and reliable infrastructure for your web, mobile, and backend solutions.
Step-by-step tutorials and overviews explaining how to use Google Cloud Platform services to create solutions.
Get a guided, hands-on coding experience that teaches you how to build a small application or add a new feature to an existing application.
Training and Certification for you to make the most of Google Cloud technologies. Our classes include technical skills and best practices to help you continue your learning journey.
Learn how to create a virtual machine instance using the Google Cloud Platform Console.
Get product updates, customer stories, and tips and tricks on Google Cloud Platform.
We’re supporting faculty and students as they work to advance their computer science skills and advance the field through research and innovation.
Spend your summer break writing code and learning about open source development while earning a stipend.
Programmers from around the world come put their skills to the test.
Our interns are a part of Google—involved and solving problems from the start.
Earn free Google Cloud Platform credits for your teaching staff and students.
A program focused on funding world-class technical research at institutions across the globe.
Supporting greater diversity in technology by partnering with historically black colleges and universities.
Funding for districts and nonprofits that enables teachers to receive exemplary CS professional development.
Established to help aspiring computer scientists excel and become leaders in the field.
We conduct and support research to identify strategies for improving perceptions of computer science and broaden learning opportunities for all students.
WWCC developed teacher workshops on practical, easy-to-learn techniques for incorporating CS fundamentals into lesson plans with Google funding.
Using Google Cloud Platform tools like Cloud Datalab and TensorFlow, Howard University professor Gloria Washington helps Howard West students grasp the practice of solving problems through machine learning.
Catrobat created a six-week online course for educators and students to create their own games, interactive animations, and apps using Pocket Code.
ACU developed three free MOOCs to train CS teachers in addition to in-person communities for teachers to exchange ideas, share lesson plans, and solve common classroom challenges, helping them feel more confident and excited to teach CS.
Brittany Wenger used the Google Cloud Platform App Engine to create Cloud4Cancer, an artificial neural network that assists in the early detection of breast cancer.
Facing limited virtual machine capacity, SJSU's Computer Science Department needed a way to expand resources in order to facilitate unlimited programming exercises for computer science students.
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