Undergraduate Research Funding Opportunities: Applications are now open for the USC
Magellan Scholar Award as well as the new Walter Schymik Computational Science Research Award, exclusively available to USCB Computational Science students. [Learn more]
USCB Student Develops Safety App for Campus [WSAV news]
The Computational Science program at USCB is forming a student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), an international organization devoted to the advancement of computing as a science
and as a profession. For details about membership and available leadership positions,
please visit the ACM@USCB websiteor contact the chapter's faculty advisor, Dr. Brian Canada (email: email@example.com,
The SharkBytes STEM outreach event, held on March 16th, draws 80 middle & high school students to
USCB -- see local press coverage in the Island Packet!
Computational Science is hostingSharkBytes, a one-day STEM outreach event for middle and high school students the Lowcountry
region, on Saturday, Mar. 16, 2013. For more information, please contact Dr. Yiming Ji (email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 843-208-8216) or Dr. Brian Canada (email: email@example.com, phone: 843-208-8314). [SharkBytes Report]
USCB offers academic computing scholarships for new students [USC Times].
Congratulations to John Hollingworth and Ivana Simic on the receipt of the prestigious Magellan scholar awards. Best wishes for your successful
projects. [see more about the Magellan Scholar program].
Computational Science (CSci) is hosting a summer research workshop on digital image processing from May 23-June 16, 2011. For more information or to
inquire about openings, please contact Dr. Brian Canada at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL; see http://srnl.doe.gov/) has a number of summer internship opportunities available. Look for openings here!
Congratulations to USCB graduating senior Robert Player, whose research with Dr. Yiming Ji won first place in the Computer Science and Engineering Poster division of USC-Columbia’s Discovery Day, April 22, 2011. [WJCL/WTGS news]
Sarah Ludwig-Monty, a graduating senior Biology student working under the supervision of Dr. Stephen
Borgianini and Dr. Brian Canada, received first place in the Hypothesis-Driven Research
division at USCB’s 2011 Research and Scholarship Day, April 18, 2011. Congratulations,