Amazon is again putting more money toward computer science education in Greater Washington, this time with a $100,000 donation to the University of Maryland’s engineering school for diversity initiatives and robotics programming.

Specifically, Amazon Lab126, the research-and-development team behind Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets and Echo speakers, will be launching a diversity initiative within the university’s A. James Clark School of Engineering.

This is the first time the university is partnering with Amazon, which is standing up a second headquarters in Arlington. But, this kind of science, technology, engineering and mathematics funding to institutions of learning isn’t new for the e-commerce and cloud computing giant, which has ramped up giving in the region over the last two years as it considers the need for a tech workforce.