AgentSheets, Inc. named Colorado Top Tech Education Initiative Company

AgentSheets, Inc. has received the 2008 “Colorado Top Tech Education Initiative” award from CSIA, Colorado's Technology Association.
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Boulder - Colorado - US

June 19, 2008 - PRLog -- AgentSheets, Inc. has received the 2008 “Colorado Top Tech Education Initiative” award at the Apex Awards ceremony hosted on June 5, 2008 by the CSIA, Colorado's Technology Association. The Apex Awards recognize outstanding accomplishments and leadership by Colorado's advanced technology companies and people. For eight years, the CSIA Apex Awards have expressed well-deserved recognition for the numerous technical advancements produced in Colorado. Presented in twelve categories, the awards celebrate outstanding support, unique innovations, and noteworthy community contributions on the part of the people and companies operating within Colorado's technology industry.

The Top Tech Education Initiative award honors the nominee who has put forth an Initiative in Education, for the sake of Education, that is having a tangible impact on primary and/or secondary students, teachers, professors, educational institutions and/or the community at large. It is given to the nominee that goes above and beyond to nurture, develop and promote Colorado’s next, bright technology minds, especially in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills, with measurable results. This award is intended to recognize the important role education plays in ensuring the United States continues to lead future innovation worldwide.

“We are very proud and deeply honored to be recognized as Colorado’s top tech education company,” said Nadia Repenning, CEO of AgentSheets Inc. “We have been dedicated to educating students and motivating them to participate in STEM disciplines through our innovative technologies. This wouldn’t be possible without the steadfast support of the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health that have been funding our work, the teachers and students of Colorado that were pioneers in using our technologies, and of course the dedicated work of the AgentSheets Inc. team. We look forward to continuing to serve education with exciting new projects that aim to attract more students, especially underrepresented groups such as women and minorities, to technology and science.”

AgentSheets Inc. is a leading provider of educational authoring environments for game design and computational science. AgentSheets Inc. has developed innovative technology and curriculum, an approach called Scalable Game Design, which balances educational and motivational concerns to stimulate interest in computer science at the middle school level with the ultimate goal of developing a stronger IT workforce. In addition to thousands of individual users, large-scale projects use AgentSheets software locally, nationally, and internationally. A project funded by the European Union and the Greek Ministry of Education is using AgentSheets to develop interactive educational activities to be used in all 12,000 elementary, middle, and high schools in Greece. AgentSheets Inc. and its software have received many awards, including the gold medal by the mayor of Paris for the “most innovative application creative educational application on the World Wide Web” and have been showcased as exemplary educational technology at the National Academy of Sciences and ACM1 as one of the “best of the best innovators”. Agentsheets Inc researchers have served as advisors to the European Commission and the OECD.
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CSIA is Colorado's Technology Association, the leader on behalf of the technology industry in Colorado, providing connections, insight, advocacy, and competitive edge programs and services to help technology companies succeed and prosper. Since 1994, CSIA has been involved in key initiatives, programs, and policy issues to represent the technology industry in Colorado, and has provided a number of annual programs, events and connections to support business success.

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