Opening Doors for Students and Faculty: Summer Programs Deliver Educational Gateway Tools Developed by Students

The Network for Computational Nanotechnology Undergraduate Research Experience (NCN URE), based at Purdue University, is a summer program that provides students an opportunity to work on research projects. Students in this program receive training on building nanoHUB simulation tools, such as learning how to develop tools with Jupyter Notebooks, while being paid for their effort as interns. Students also attend workshops focused on developing other skills such as science communication....

2020 Summer Internship Reports: Anthony Stefan

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Participants are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. We will be sharing some of our 2020 student interns' experiences in a series of blog posts entitled SGCI Summer Internship Reports.

Featured below is SGCI summer intern Anthony Stefan, a student at the Florida Institute of Technology.

2020 Summer Internship Reports: Soumya Purohit

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Participants are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. We will be sharing some of our 2020 student interns' experiences in a series of blog posts entitled SGCI Summer Internship Reports.

Featured below is SGCI summer intern Soumya Purohit, a University of Missouri-Columbia.

2020 Summer Internship Reports: Hang Jin

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Participants are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. We will be sharing some of our 2020 student interns' experiences in a series of blog posts entitled SGCI Summer Internship Reports.

Featured below is SGCI summer intern Hang Jin, a Ph.D. student at George Washington University.

2020 Summer Internship Reports: Tony Guy

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Participants are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. We will be sharing some of our 2020 student interns' experiences in a series of blog posts entitled SGCI Summer Internship Reports.

Featured below is SGCI summer intern Tony Guy, a sophomore at Elizabeth City State University (ECSU).

2020 Summer Internship Reports: William Clark

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Participants are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. We will be sharing some of our 2020 student interns' experiences in a series of blog posts entitled SGCI Summer Internship Reports.

Featured below is SGCI summer intern William Clark, a student at Dixie State University.

2020 Summer Internship Reports: Pablo Calix

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Participants are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. We will be sharing some of our 2020 student interns' experiences in a series of blog posts entitled SGCI Summer Internship Reports.

Featured below is SGCI summer intern Pablo Calix, a student at College of Lake County.

2020 Summer Internship Reports: Matthew Casertano

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Participants are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. We will be sharing some of our 2020 student interns' experiences in a series of blog posts entitled SGCI Summer Internship Reports.

Featured below is SGCI summer intern Matthew Casertano, a rising junior from Montgomery Blair High School.

Hack@PEARC20 Participants Solved Real Challenges

The HackHPC@PEARC20 took place in July 2020 at the first PEARC virtual conference. Thanks to the event sponsors--Omnibond, TACC, Intel, Google, and SGCI--both the participants and mentors received PEARC20 registrations, Google Cloud Platform credits, and prizes. During the 53-hour event, up-and-coming programmers both applied and honed their skills while addressing real-world problems connected to multiple science gateways.

What Does Science Gateway Sustainability Look Like?

What makes a successful science gateway last? How do we define “sustainability” for science gateways? You might think that a sustained gateway is funded indefinitely, which would be a very impressive feat. Yet, there are other challenges in maintaining the community around the gateway and continuing to provide value to keep both the community and funder satisfied. For a framework or open-source software, other ways of interpreting “sustainability” could mean that there is an active network of...

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