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With CRPC support, a group of minority universities and colleges, a community college, and an independent school district in the South- Central United States formed an educational consortium in January at University of Houston-Downtown. The South-Central Computational Science in Minority Institutions Consortium (SC-COSMIC) will work together to strengthen and reform K-16 math and science education and promote computational science education and research. Members will share each of their unique resources in curricular reform, professional expertise, interactive learning, multimedia materials, remote databases, supercomputers, and other areas.

Current members include University of Houston-Downtown, University of Texas Pan American, University of Texas-El Paso, Grambling State University, Prairie View A&M University, Southern University at New Orleans, Houston Community College, and Aldine Independent School District (Texas). CRPC is officially an educational affiliate and there will be more educational and industrial affiliates to come. Ken Kennedy and Richard Tapia of the CRPC are members of the consortium's steering committee.

The First SC-COSMIC Student Conference on Computational Science will be held on October 20-22, 1995 at University of Houston-Downtown. The conference will promote computational science education and research at and encourage interchange among SC-COSMIC member institutions. SC-COSMIC recently submitted a proposal to the National Science Foundation that would provide the necessary broad-scale, systematic network infrastructure to (1) support computational science education reform, (2) disseminate curricula reflecting current advances in computational science, (3) disseminate interactive multimedia learning materials and advanced technologies to K-14 classrooms, and (4) provide services, technical assistance, and connectivity among consortium institutions.

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