Inspiring faculty at universities are at the center of the Technology Pathways Initiative (TPI), creating new interdisciplinary degree programs to prepare more students for an increasingly digital world. These programs are scalable and replicable, by design, to maximize the impact of TPI across campus and across the nation.
Biology majors add computing skills to expand their career opportunities in the Digital Age.
Biology majors study computing to enhance their career prospects in bioinformatics.
Interdisciplinary degree programs to broaden the diversity of future technology leaders.
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Interdisciplinary majors in Quantitative Biology and Cognitive Science integrate computing into education pathways.
A Bioinformatics Cross-Disciplinary Minor adds computing skills essential for 21st century careers.
Interdisciplinary computing degree programs
create education pathways to
careers in Applied Data Sciences
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TPI is about cross-campus collaboration. Educators developing new interdisciplinary curricula and teaching methods. Shared ideas and best practices. Giving college students a leg up in preparing for their tech futures. Check back soon. Sign up for our enewsletter to learn more about:
Cohorts of motivated college women and men are pursuing a new path, together, at TPI participating universities. Integrating computing and information technology knowledge and skills with their fields of study. Career-inspired by industry mentors. Check back soon. Sign up for our enewsletter to learn more about: