NSF CC* Landscape Survey results
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Expanding the Reach of Research Computing: A Landscape Study
DescriptionResearch-computing continues to play an ever increasing role in academia. Access to computing resources, however, varies greatly between institutions. Sustaining the growing need for computing skills and access to advanced cyberinfrastructure requires that computing resources be available to students at all levels of scholarship, including community colleges. The National Science Foundation-funded Building Research Innovation in Community Colleges (BRICCs) community set out to understand the challenges faced by administrators, researchers and faculty in building a sustainable research computing continuum that extends to smaller and two-year terminal degree granting institutions. BRICCs purpose is to address the technology gaps, and encourage the development of curriculum needed to grow a computationally proficient research workforce. Toward addressing these goals, we performed a landscape study that culminated with a community workshop. Here, we present our key findings from workshop discussions and identify next steps to be taken by BRICCs, funding agencies, and the broader cyberinfrastructure community.
DepartmentComputer Science and Engineering
Jing, Yuanqi; Chakravorty, Dhruva; Janes, Sarah; Howell, James; Goldie, Mary; Schulz, Amy; Perez, Lisa; Mireles, Daniel; Liu, Honggao; Cockerill, Tim; Malkan, Rajiv; He, Zhenhua; Gamble, Austin (2022). NSF CC* Landscape Survey results. Texas A&M University. Available electronically from https : / /hdl .handle .net /1969 .1 /195934.