The Center participates in various community outreach events and school programs across Miami-Dade County.
- CCS can offer an activity for DNA Day or Science Days at schools.
- CCS presents the relevance of Computational Science at schools and Girl Scouts events.
- CCS faculty member knowledgeable on the use of DNA motifs in art has presented seminars on the topic at galleries and art festivals in Miami.
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The CCS Data Scholars program brings together experts across the UM community and beyond. The program is designed to encourage youth to pursue careers in computational science; recognizing that diversity of experience and perspective are key to innovation and the advancement of science and engineering.
Approximately forty students gathered in the Viz Lab for a demonstration of the 2D and 3D Display walls, followed by a virtual RoboCanes demo, and a visit to see the actual robots . . .
The National Organization for Women at UM and UConnect present Women in STEM: A Speaker’s Panel on Thursday, March 17th, 2016, at 7:00 PM in the Shalala Student Center Complex East Ballroom. The discussion will highlight how gender affects the workplace environment, success in male-dominated fields, and breaking the glass ceiling. We will have four […]
FIND THE DEVELOPER IN U and focus on building projects that can improve one’s lifestyle. This is completely open-ended, you can use any platform, framework, language, or hardware device you desire . . .
Black Tech Week brings together the most innovative young minds, creative influences, and thought leaders of color to exchange ideas and . . .
The 2nd annual Girl Scouts Tech Camp will be held on Sunday, November 8, 2015, from 2:00 to 5:00 PM . . .
Join us for a networking event with speakers from Google’s “Big Picture” data visualization group, plus UM faculty in STEM fields . . .
Lunch-bytes will help students and early career scientists overcome technical and computing difficulties, and jump-start their research . . .
UM Students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend the new GIS workshop series on a first-come, first-served basis.
The first Women In Tech Careers event, a panel discussion entitled “Make A Living, Have A Life”, was held at the Toppel Career Center on Tuesday, September 14, 2015, 6:00-9:00 PM. Hosted by CCS, the event brought awareness to the lack of diversity in the industry, and intentionally shined a light on the challenges facing women in […]
Several panelists from academia and industry will outline their paths to success . . .
December 11th marks the Places and Spaces Exhibit Capstone Event, and the launch of our annual VizUM Symposium.
Featuring Ruth West, a veteran at blending the arts and sciences.
Sunday, November 9, starting at noon.
Join us on November 2nd in the Richter Library.
Stephen Few and John Grimwade are leaders in business intelligence and information graphics.
The PSE team offers postdocs and students at UM an opportunity to present their work.
Featuring Nela Ochoa, Patricia Van Dalen & Xavier Cortada.