CSTA-Arizona Newsletter

November 2019

CSTA-Arizona Board Elections

Our CSTA-AZ board member election is underway! We will be voting for candidates in the following positions:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • West Maricopa County Director
  • Northern Arizona Director

You can learn more about the candidates for each position by clicking here.

CSTA Arizona will conduct our board elections electronically. The Election Ballot will be available from December 2nd through December 15th. Let your voice be heard! Be sure to vote.

Upcoming Events
CSTA-AZ Tucson Meetup - December
Computer Science Department - 7th Floor Room 737 - Gould Simpson Building - University of Arizona
Dec 05, 2019
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
CSTA-AZ West Maricopa Scratch Educator MeetUp
Microsoft Store - Scottsdale
Dec 07, 2019
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM
View entire list
CSTA-Arizona News & Updates
November Community Updates
Updates from the Computer Science community in Arizona from our November 19th Community Call (click here for agenda):
  • Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS School Applications Now Open
  • New #CSK8 Podcast Now Available
  • AZ STEM Collaborative Unconference
  • CSforAll Teachers CSEd Week Webinar
  • Google CSFirst Hour of Code Webinar
Click 'Read More' to see information about each of these programs
SheTech Explorer Day
SheTech Explorer Day (www.shetechexplorer.com) is a hands-on tech conference for high school girls 9th through 12th grade. This day-long event will include hands-on workshops in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The City of Tucson is pleased to host SheTech Arizona for local high school girls in March 2020.
CSTA-AZ Fall Summit
CSTA-Arizona held it's 2019 Fall Summit in Prescott, Arizona on November 2nd. Educators from all over Arizona convened to attend sessions on Scratch, LocoRobo, p5js, Artificial Intelligence, and to plan for more local & community meetups in the four Arizona Regions.
CSTA 2020 Conference
CSTA 2020, set for July 11–15, in Arlington, Virginia, is shaping up to be our best conference yet! With more than 85 sessions, 28 workshops, 9 mini-sessions, 11 Birds of a Feather Conversations and 21 poster presentations, there is plenty to check out.