From Pace University:
PLEASANTVILLE, NY (July 28, 2016) – Nathan VanDyke, a high school math and computer science teacher from Minnesota, found himself in Westchester this past week in a class full of his peers learning about Raspberry Pi, a pocket-size computer on which one can run various cybersecurity software.
“This is really a whole new world for us,’’ said VanDyke, who is working to with the Minnetonka Public Schools in a western suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul, to create a new computer science department. “Cybersecurity will be a major area of study and we need to prepare our students for this field.’’
VanDyke was one of 25 high school teachers from 10 states who were at Pace University from July 14-22 to attend a program at the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems. The school is the only one in the tri-state area (New York, New Jersey