A Program for Computational Education and Internship Training for Students in Environmental Sciences 

This summer and for the two following summers the University of Virginia will be hosting a NASA-sponsored Summer School in programming, basic software engineering, and HPC for students in environmental sciences.  The Summer School portion will provide room and partial board (with a stipend for other expenses) and the internships will pay the standard NASA stipend. This is especially appropriate for students who are interested in large-scale modeling or other computing-intensive areas. Please see attached PDF or www.uvacse.virginia.edu/isscens for more information.

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