CSU is one of 18 universities that received Year 4 Network Challenge awards for public interest technology projects that center on the needs of communities that have historically been excluded from access to innovative technology and decision making.
A total of $2.29 million in funding was announced at the PIT-UN Convening at the City Univesrsity of New York on October 28, 2022. Speaking in her capacity as designee on behalf of CSU, Shilpa Kedar, Executive Director of CSU T.E.C.H. Hub spoke about the project team’s work in positioning Cleveland to be the national leader for Quantum Computing education, generating the most diverse Quantum Computing pipeline.
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