Explorations in Computational Science and Engineering – Recruiting Event for Broadening Participation
Computational Science and Engineering will hold a one-day Fall Recruiting Event on Friday, November 11, with a focus on broadening participation. The event will help prospective applicants learn about Georgia Tech’s CSE graduate programs, discover research opportunities at Georgia Tech, and discuss the application process and graduate school experience with faculty and current students.
Support for travel expenses (up to $700 travel plus up to two nights hotel stay) will be provided for accepted participants.
Apply here by Tueaday, November 1. If you are requesting travel support that includes airfare, we encourage applying earlier. In addition to basic information, the application will ask you to answer the following questions and to upload your resume or transcript.
- Please describe your interest in the Computational Science and Engineering graduate program at Georgia Tech.
- Because one of the goals of this recruiting event is to increase diversity, we request that you explain how you could contribute to diversity within the broad field of computational science and engineering. For example, you may identify if you are a member of a historically marginalized or underrepresented group in computing.