Shodor provides the computer enrichment component of the W.D. Hill Community Center
after-school program. The students from W.D. Hill are taught different concepts, including
physics, statistics, geometry, forensic science and physical science. The classes take place
every Tuesday evening from 4:00 to 5:30 PM for students in grades K-7.
As part of the Pathways to CyberInfrastructure project, in which Shodor assists with "Other
People's Workshops," classes began in the summer of 2006 and have continued through the
2006-2007 school year and into summer 2007. Shodor's workshops promote active participation in
computational science by engaging the students in math, science, and technology.