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 **Philip Sweany**, Associate Professor in University of North Texas’ Computer Science and Engineering Department has been teaching Computer Science Principles (CSP) at UNT since Spring 2014. He has also been a phase II pilot in the CS Principles development group. In addition, he is part of UNT’s Teach North Texas (TNT) program that prepares pre-service teachers of STEM subjects by combining pedagogy and a Bachelor’s degree in a STEM area (such as CS) both in 4 years. Currently, there are 7 students enrolled in the CS portion of TNT. For more information about Dr. Sweany, see [[http://​www.cse.unt.edu/​~sweany|http://​www.cse.unt.edu/​~sweany]] . **Philip Sweany**, Associate Professor in University of North Texas’ Computer Science and Engineering Department has been teaching Computer Science Principles (CSP) at UNT since Spring 2014. He has also been a phase II pilot in the CS Principles development group. In addition, he is part of UNT’s Teach North Texas (TNT) program that prepares pre-service teachers of STEM subjects by combining pedagogy and a Bachelor’s degree in a STEM area (such as CS) both in 4 years. Currently, there are 7 students enrolled in the CS portion of TNT. For more information about Dr. Sweany, see [[http://​www.cse.unt.edu/​~sweany|http://​www.cse.unt.edu/​~sweany]] .
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