October 4-7th in New York City, the 7th bi-annual Performing the World Conference will be held. This international, cross-disciplinary, conversational, experiential and practical-critical conference was attended by 500 people in 2010. That year, Holmes gave a talk with her colleague Evelyn Dougherty (PTW 2010). This year Holmes will join fellow scientists and educators to present on the developments of performance and science, and performance and science education.

July 10th, 2012. Lawrence Berkley National Labs' Computing Science Summer Student seminar series provides interns and staff with opportunities to hear a variety of speakers in the fields of computatonal science and engineering. Computational biology is a broad field that draws on areas of computation, physics, mathematics and biology.  In addition to the technical aspects of creating computational models of phenomena in cell biology, Dr.

The Krell Institute manages the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Computational Science Graduate Fellows (CSGF) program. The DOE CSGF program identifies and supports the nation’s top graduate students in fields of study that use high performance computing to solve complex science and engineering problems. Each year DOE staff, as well as current and previous CSGF fellows meet to share their work and foster the professional networks critical for taking full advantage of our countries computational and intellectual capital.

Improv for Scientists 101 at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Thursday, August 30th, 2012 (5:30-6:30pm). Partly inspired by the work of improvscience, members of the community at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine are starting an improv theatre group for scientists. By establishing this group they hope to create opportunities for local scientists and physicians to represent and converse in creative ways a variety aspects of their profession in today’s society and academic environment.


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