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Apply Now for the CCS Fellow Program

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    The application deadline for the Center for Computational Science’s CCS Fellows Program, which aims to  inspire a new generation of computational science leaders to cross the traditional boundaries between disciplines, is Friday September 22.  The program, which is designed to equip students with new cross-disciplinary skills and experience, provides mentorship outside their area of expertise or interest.

    “CCS Fellow” is a prestigious designation awarded to two undergraduate students and two graduate students per year. Students from any of UM’s schools and colleges may apply.

    CCS Fellows develop their computational skills and expand their research experience under the guidance of two faculty mentors. CCS Fellows have the opportunity to use the University’s Advanced Computing facilities for their research, and work closely with CCS faculty and staff. No stipend is offered, but there is a cash prize at the end.

    Competitive applicants have some experience in a computational setting, and are able to outline a cross-disciplinary project that they would like to pursue. The project details do not need to be clearly defined at the time of application; however, the disciplines that would come together in the project should be clearly stated.

    The application form and instructions are available at For more information, please email:


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