NCSA staff who would like to submit an item for the calendar can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register by Monday, January 31 for the Cozad New Venture Challenge and compete for
over $200,000 in funding and prizes! Cozad NVC is the campus-wide program that helps
you launch your startup idea.
Nominate students for the $20,000 Illinois Innovation Award and the $10,000 Fiddler
Innovation Fellowship by February 1, 2022!
NCSA will host a virtual open house to recruit candidates for entry-, mid-, and senior-level
Research Network Engineer positions. Join us February 1 from 5–7 p.m. CT via Zoom
to learn more about our center and how you can join our Integrated Cyberinfrastructure team. Register by January
30 to attend.
The Humanities Without Walls summer Bridge program supports PhD students in the humanities
at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in exploring new career paths while
making an impact in our community. Join us for more information about this opportunity
on February 2.
Learn how to parallelize model scientific applications using OpenMP, a shared-memory
application programming interface. This workshop will be entirely hands-on with participants
completing exercises on an XSEDE supercomputing cluster. Basic skills in C/C++ or
Fortran, parallel programming, and Linux are required.
Join us for a Zoom panel discussion featuring Carmen Gonzalez (Law, Loyola University
Chicago), A. Naomi Paik (Criminology, Law, & Justice and Global Asian Studies, University
of Illinois Chicago), Heidi Hurd (Law) and Richard Ross (Law and History).
Lerone A. Martin is Associate Professor of Religious Studies and the Martin Luther
King, Jr., Centennial Chair and Director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and
Education Institute at Stanford University.
A discussion of Christopher Freeburg’s book Counterlife with responses from Vincent
Brown and Cheryl Finley. Lunch will be served; registration required. Limited number
of book copies available in advance from HRI.
Presentation by Vincent Brown (History and African American Studies, Harvard University)
and Cheryl Finley (Director of the Atlanta University Center Art History + Curatorial
Studies Collective, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Art History, Spelman College)
with Christopher Freeburg (English) responding.
Students competing in the Cozad New Venture Challenge will pitch their startup ideas.
Inside Scoop events bring University of Illinois undergraduates from any major into
close conversation about humanities and arts-related topics with distinguished Illinois
faculty and visiting scholars.
Public poetry reading by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Natalie Diaz.
Come and see student entrepreneurs from across campus showcase their startup ideas
as part of the Cozad New Venture Challenge.
Lecture featuring Dr. Olufunmilayo Olopade, Walter L. Palmer Distinguished Service
Professor of Medicine and Human Genetics and founding director of the Center for Clinical
Cancer Genetics and Global Health at the University of Chicago Medicine.
This symposium explores how infrastructure and aesthetics, as structuring forms, are
being taken up in the environmental humanities.
Part of Undergraduate Research Week.
Come and see student entrepreneurs from across campus as they're awarded funding and
prizes from a pool of over $200,000 at the Cozad New Venture Challenge Awards Ceremony!
Ceremony and reception for the recipients of this year's HRI Prizes for Research.