UTEP Computer Science Students Participate in Google Tech Exchange Finale
CS students visited Google's Sunnyvale campus in California for the Google Tech Exchange Finale. Participants spend a semester taking virtual computer science courses co-taught by Google instructors and HBCU/HSI faculty. Diego Aguirre, Ph.D., assistant professor at UTEP, worked with Google to teach a course in machine learning.
Google Tech Exchange is a collaborative effort with the Computing Alliance of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (CAHSI), a National Science Foundation (NSF) national INCLUDES alliance, and Howard University. As an industry-academic partnership, Tech Exchange’s mission is to unlock opportunities in the tech industry through an immersive computer science experience for students and selected faculty from participating institutions.
To learn more about UTEP computer science programs, visit utep.edu/cs/.