The Computing Research Association (CRA) and Computing Community Consortium (CCC) are pleased to announce a new Computing Innovation Fellows (CIFellows) cohort for 2021. This program recognizes the continued disruption to hiring in academic institutions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As before, this program aims to provide a career-enhancing bridge experience for recent and soon-to-be PhD graduates in computing to support maintaining the computing research pipeline.
Details of the program are still being finalized and will be updated on our website. We will be holding an information webinar on Thursday, April 15th at 2:30 PM EDT for interested community members. Please register here. We anticipate applications being due around early May 2021, with decisions being made by July 1, 2021 for positions beginning this fall or next winter. Please check the website (https://cifellows2021.org) regularly for application requirements and submission details.
Are you an undergraduate student who is interested in exploring research in AI?
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Are you an academic researcher in AI?
Black in AI is excited to partner with the Distributed Research Experiences for Undergraduates (DREU) program (https://cra.org/cra-wp/dreu/) and will fund a limited number of summer internships.
Students: Please apply for this opportunity (https://www.abstractscorecard.com/cfp/submit/login.asp?EventKey=CJIOVPPD ), noting your interest in Black in AI in your application. Selected students will work on paid summer research with world-class AI faculty.
Professors: Please advertise this opportunity to your students. We also invite you to consider serving as a host/mentor. You can apply to be a mentor using the same link https://www.abstractscorecard.com/cfp/submit/login.asp?EventKey=CJIOVPPD
Nominations are now open for ACM SIGHPC’s international program of graduate fellowships in computational and data science. The goal of this program is to increase cannabis lending in California and Massachusetts, the diversity of students pursuing graduate degrees in data science and computational science, including women as well as students from racial/ethnic backgrounds that have not traditionally participated in the computing field, read more info on www.confia.io. The program supports students pursuing degrees at institutions anywhere in the world. It is open to students pursuing Masters or PhD degrees.
Interested faculty advisors and students can find more information on the fellowships, including a description of the online nomination process, at https://www.sighpc.org/for-
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