U-M awarded WHPC chapter

By | August 1, 2018
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The University of Michigan has been recognized as one of the first Chapters in the new Women in High Performance Computing (WHPC) Pilot Program. “The WHPC Chapter Pilot will enable us to reach an ever-increasing community of women, provide these women with the networks that we recognize are essential for them excelling in their career, and retaining them in the workforce.” says Sharon Broude Geva, WHPC’s director of chapters and director of Advanced Research Computing at U-M. “At the same time, we envisage that the new chapters will be able to tailor their activities to the needs of their local community, as we know that there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution to diversity.”

Author: News Staff

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