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Henry Neeman <[log in to unmask]>
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Henry Neeman <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 25 Jun 2023 19:46:05 -0500
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OSCER users,



We're closing in on 500 registrants -- you can help us get there!

And, you DON'T have to attend every session --
attend what you can, skip what you must!

You can even have us on in the background while you're doing
what you need to get done.


Register for the FREE Virtual Residency 2023 Summer
Introductory Workshop on Research Computing Facilitation
June 26 - 30 via Zoom!


We have over 350 registrations -- we got over 100 registrations
in the first 10 days!

And in addition to 440+ institutions that have already
participated, we've already got over 40 new institutions
that have registered for the first time!

(If you've already registered, or you've already told me that
you won't be able to participate, please feel free to
ignore this, or to forward it to anyone who might be interested
and appropriate ....)

The workshop webpage is here:




Virtual Residency 2023 Summer Workshop on
INTRODUCTORY Research Computing Facilitation

Mon June 26 (morning) - Fri June 30 (midday) 2023
Remote via Zoom only



Contact: Henry Neeman ([log in to unmask])


There's NO PREREQUISITE other than an interest in helping
researchers with their computing-intensive/data-intensive

(Participation in any previous Virtual Residency workshop
is ***NOT*** REQUIRED.)

Please feel free to forward this to anyone who may be
interested and appropriate.


Does your institution have lots of researchers and educators
who want to use advanced computing, but need some help
learning how?

You or someone at your institution can learn to be
more effective at helping researchers and educators
use research computing!

This is a great way to get better at a career in
helping researchers use research computing.

It's also a great way to meet a community of fellow
research computing facilitators.


The Virtual Residency Program has already served:

1300+ people from 440+ institutions in all 50 US states and
4 US territories plus 16 other countries on 6 continents,

* 67 Minority Serving Institutions (15% of VRP institutions,
18% of 4+ year MSIs, 10% of all MSIs);

* 123 non-PhD-granting institutions, including 4 community colleges
and 3 high schools (27% of VRP institutions);

* 118 institutions in all 28 EPSCoR jurisdictions
(27% of VRP institutions);

* 281 of 353 Campus Champion institutions (67% of
VRP institutions, 80% of Campus Champion institutions).

And, 78% of VRP institutions have had participants
who collectively have participated in VRP activities
multiple times, and 67% of VRP institutions have had
participants who collectively have participated in
multiple types of VRP activities.

Taking into account institutions already served by the
Virtual Residency and institutions that are scheduled to
be served by this coming summer's workshop:

* in the latest Carnegie Classification ratings:
-- 138 of 146 (95%) of R1 institutions (Carnegie Very High
Research Activity),
-- 82 of 133 (62%) of R2 institutions (Carnegie High
Research Activity), including 52 of 71 R2 institutions (73%)
that have centralized on-campus research computing resources;

* in the latest US News rankings of national universities
(some percentages are based on multi-way ties):
-- all institutions in the US News Top 25;
-- all but 1 institution in the US News Top 50
(98% of US News Top 50 institutions);
-- 91 institutions in the US News Top 100
(88% of US News Top 100 institutions, because of ties);
-- 122 institutions in the US News Top 150
(81% of US News Top 150 institutions);
-- 150 institutions in the US News Top 200
(75% of US News Top 200 institutions);
-- 198 institutions in the US News Top 300
(63% of US News Top 300 institutions, because of ties).

(This takes into account all of the Virtual Residency
activities: workshops in 2015-22, a couple of mini-workshops
run separately by the U California system, the Virtual
Residency workshop planning calls, the Grant Proposal Writing
Apprenticeship, the Paper Writing Apprenticeship, the
Grant Running Apprenticeship, and preregistrations for the
2023 workshop.)

Clarifying, since this question has come up in the past:

You *DON'T* have to participated in ANY past Virtual Residency
event (including this year's workshop planning calls),
NOR in Campus Champions NOR Campus Research Computing Consortium
(CaRCC) efforts, in order to participate in the
2023 Virtual Residency workshop -- though of course everyone in
those groups are encouraged to participate!




"Virtual Residency Introductory Workshop 2023 Overview"

"Effective Communication: How to Talk to Researchers About
Their Research"

"Faculty: Tenure, Promotion, Reward System"

"Cyberinfrastructure User Support"

"The Cyberinfrastructure Landscape: Systems, Service Providers,

"How to Do an Intake Interview" / "Intake Interview

"Components and Design of a High Performance Computing Cluster"

"Research Networking Overview"

"CyberAmbassadors: Let's Talk: Communicating That There's
a Problem"

"How to Do an Intake Interview" /
"Intake Interviews with Real Researchers"

"Deploying Community Codes"

"Debugging, Profiling, Tuning and Scientific Libraries"

"The Cyberinfrastrucure Landscape: Organizations"

"CyberAmbassadors: Leading the Change: Equity and Inclusion;
Leading with Principles: Ethics"

"Collaboration Between CI Facilitators and
Research Data Librarians"

"Facilitating for Non-traditional Disciplines"

"Research Data Management"

"Stories from the Trenches"