K-12 Student Hackathon from Purdue

12080298_155069101506996_2573756947197199225_oBoilerCode is an annual workshop held at Purdue University for middle and high school students. Students will have the opportunity to work with Purdue student mentors to make their own mobile apps, learn various kinds of hardware, and win prizes. Registration is free, and lunch is included!

The event will be held on April 9 from 9am-4:30pm at Lawson Computer Science Building at Purdue.

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ACM High School Coding Competition, April 16

The ACM High School Coding Competition will be held on Purdue University’s campus, Saturday April 16, 2016. The event is an annual programming competition hosted by Purdue’s ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Chapter. High School Students from around the Midwest will come to Purdue to compete. Teams of two students attempt to solve 10 programming questions in the shortest possible time. The questions cover a variety of topics and difficulty levels. The best teams take home prizes, and all students will receive something for attending.

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Bebras Challenge Available November 9th

The 2015 Bebras Challenge – a one-hour adventure in the world of computer scientists – will be made publicly available on November 9th, 2015. This free challenge can be used to introduce students to computational thinking and help them discover their aptitude.

Your students can participate any day between November 9 – 20 at  http://challenge.bebraschallenge.org/.

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