DawgBytes: A taste of CSE
UW CSE's K-12 outreach program, DawgBytes, aims to introduce both students and teachers to the exciting world of computer science & engineering. Whether you are a K-12 student, a UW CSE student, a parent or an educator, we have opportunities for you! If you are interested in scheduling a building tour, a classroom visit or becoming a DawgBytes volunteer, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. To receive information about upcoming events, please subscribe to our mailing list.
Find lots of pictures and our event calendar on the DawgBytes Facebook page.
Read our 2011-2012 activity report.
For K-12 students
Our summer camps introduce middle and high school students to computer science through programming projects, magic tricks and faculty presentations. Learn more.
Computing Open House
Several computing departments on campus as well as local tech companies present hands-on activities illustrating the breadth of computing. Learn more.
The NCWIT award for aspirations in computing recognizes high school girls passionate about computing. We participate in the WA affiliate competition. Learn more.
Deaf & Hard of Hearing
UW's Advancing Deaf & Hard of Hearing in Computing project has many activities, including a 9-week residential Summer Academy for students from across the nation. Learn more.
We have created several videos to showcase applications of CSE, overcome CSE stereotypes and share why our students and faculty have chosen the field. Learn more.
Every summer, about 50 middle and high school math and science teachers come to UW CSE to learn how to teach computing concepts to their students. Learn more.
Puget Sound CSTA
We host and participate in monthly meetings of the Puget Sound chapter of the Computer Science Teachers Association. Learn more.
Each year, we ask our students to nominate their favorite high school or community college instructor and invite them to join us for a banquet in their honor. Learn more.
Events prefixed by "PSCSTA" are organized by the Puget Sound Computer Science Teachers Association.