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Summary of Program
June 11, 2001 - July 27, 2001
CENTER FOR COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE AND ADVANCED DISTRIBUTED SIMULATION
A unit of the
Advanced Distributed Simulation Research Consortium
of the U.S. Army Research Office
and with additional funding from the
National Science Foundation, Computer and Information Science & Engineering Directorate
Through the Houston PREP Program, the Center for Computational Science and Advanced Distributed Simulation (CCSDS) is doing its part to respond to the dwindling number of students entering careers in Engineering, Mathematics, and Science, which is occurring on a national scale. Notably, the expanding economically and socially disadvantaged population groups also are not choosing these career options. Houston PREP is designed to encourage students from these groups into these careers. Moving forward into the next century without such efforts, our nation is risking its leadership role in the high technology society that we have developed.
Programs such as Houston PREP are making a difference. The people and organizations that support it are the backbone of this development. We extend our sincerest thanks to all of you.
Richard A. Aló,
Program Director, Houston PREP
Executive Director, C2SDS
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