The funding will help researchers advance AI-powered medical imaging, develop new lubricants for longer lasting cars, catch cybercriminals and more.
In total, the faculty will receive nearly $2.9 million in funding from the National Science Foundation for research on pressing societal problems and outreach to diverse communities.
The scientific sleuthing is one of many activities planned at the Eric Pitman Annual Summer Workshop in Computational Science.
The largest class in school history, newest department graduates first cohort, and new doctorate awarded for first time.
Haley Parker will speak at the undergraduate ceremony, while Vidushi Sharma and Tashfia Mohona will speak at the two graduate ceremonies.
Dozens of schools and programs are among the nation's best, according to the latest rankings.
Thanks to a $2.5 million grant renewal, the program will continue to support students of color pursuing STEM degrees.
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