Office of Development Impact Jacks

  • $4,050
  • 103% funded
  • 2 donors
  • Goal: $3,950

Support SFA Computer Science students build projects with Raspberry Pi

The Department of Computer Science at Stephen F. Austin State University continues to lead with innovative programs and devices. With your help, students will have the opportunity to learn computer programming and build electronic projects with Raspberry Pi, a single-board computer the size of a credit card. Raspberry Pi is being used all over the world, from corporations to schools, to engage students learning computer science and give them hands-on experience.

With Raspberry Pi, Lumberjacks will learn computer networking and security, as well as basic computer hardware and software. They will be able to help undergraduate students with research projects and push the envelope with assessments, artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies.

With your support, SFA’s Department of Computer Science will continue to lead the way in excellence in STEM higher education.

Donor Wall

  • Michael and Susie Hawkins


  • Clyde Stringer

    Class of 1980, BS CSC