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GirlTECH and SAS 1997

Richard Tapia and Cynthia Lanius, co-directors of the GirlTECH/MCSA Workshop, present teachers with training about computers and about how minori ties and women can succeed in computational science careers.

Students Paola Argaez, Angelina Meza, and Becky Tapia confer with GirlTECH/MCSA Workshop Co-Director Richard Tapia after attending a workshop session where minority and women graduate students discussed their research projects.
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GirlTECH/MCSA Workshop participants share ideas on how to encourage minorities and women to pursue mathematics and science careers. From left to right, Lucille Barrera, Bahiyyah El-Amin, workshop co-director Cynthia Lanius, and Isaiah Bromon. The workshop was co-sponsored by the Center for Research on Parallel Computation and the RGK Foundation of Austin, Texas.
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Students Paola Argaez, Becky Tapia, and Angelina Meza confer with GirlTECH/MCSA Workshop Co-Director Cynthia Lanius after attending a workshop session. The graduate students discussed their research and urged GirlTECH/MCSA teachers to encourage their minority and women students to pursue science and mathematics careers.
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Rice CAAM Department graduate student and SAS student Erica Zimmer advises GirlTECH/MCSA Workshop teachers about how to encourage minority and women students to pusue mathematics and science careers. As an SAS student, Erica worked with Rice Professor John Dennis on a nonlinear mixed integer programming problem to optimize the design of a water treatment plant.
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Rice CAAM Department graduate student and SAS student Regina Hill speaks on her successful efforts to solve the wave equation using the finite element method with mass lumping. Rice Professor William Symes was her mentor.
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Richard Tapia, GirlTECH/MCSA Workshop Co-Director, leads a lively discussion among teachers at the program. This marked the eighth year Tapia conducted the MCSA Workshop and the first year the GirlTECH and MCSA Workshops were combined.
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Rice Computer Science graduate student Carlos Uribe presents his research to GirlTECH/MCSA teachers. Uribe's research project involved understandi ng aspects of computer analysis as related to medical procedures, specifically an analysis of electromyography used in the study and diagnosis of muscle disease.
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Rice CAAM undergraduates, also SAS participants, Samitra Seales and Erin Kellam discuss their research topic, "Implementing Computational Math in K-12 Education," with GirlTECH/MCSA Workshop teachers.
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