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Students@SC Embraces Virtual Format and Announces Student Programming at SC20

Students@SC is a platform for students to learn, connect, and grow professionally at the SC conference. The Students@SC cohorts (Student Volunteers, Student Cluster Competition, HPC Immersion, Computing4Change) will all be executed in a fully virtual manner. Students@SC will also be hosting a variety of additional events specifically targeting students! Students@SC Sessions Students@SC will host sessions

Computing4Change Student Profiles: 2020 Edition (Part 2)

Although SC20 and Computing4Change have shifted to virtual mode, we still want to share profiles of the incredible students and mentors that will be participating in the C4C program. They hail from 10 states and US Territories, and have a wide range of diverse experiences and life goals. Zoe Banks is a sophomore studying Computer

Computing4Change Student Profiles: 2020 Edition (Part 1)

Although SC20 and Computing4Change (C4C) have shifted to virtual mode, we still want to share profiles of the incredible students and mentors that will be participating in the C4C program. They hail from 10 states and US Territories, and have a wide range of diverse experiences and life goals. Votreeshwaran Ilangovan is a junior at

Three Questions with SC20 Inclusivity Chair Kelly Gaither

Kelly GaitherSC20 Inclusivity Chair   What does SC do to address inclusivity and diversity at the conference? When the Inclusivity Committee became an official component of the SC Planning Committee for SC17, there was significant footwork to do. Toni Collis was the first Inclusivity Chair. She brought structure, awareness, and information to the committee and

Computing4Change Offers View of Student’s Own Character

While participating in a NASA DIRECT-STEM (Data Intensive Research and Education Center in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) program offered at California State University, Los Angeles, Yesenia Trujillo, a math major at Cal State LA, was exposed to Python and learned some computing basics. At the end of the program, Trujillo, like the other participants,

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