The Fellowship of Computational Scientists creates a collaborative, interdepartmental network of undergraduate and graduate students using computational methods in all disciplines of science. We are comprised of statistics, mathematics, economics, computational biology, engineering, computer science, and computational science majors. We provide specialized tutoring resources for advanced topics such as calculus, linear algebra and differential equations. These review groups are available for all students, regardless of major, to promote diversity and inclusion among STEM students while strengthening core principles.

In addition to academic resources, we hold monthly social events open to the public, including game nights and movie nights. Through various leadership organizations, including PRIDE, the Student Resilience Project, and the Center for Leadership and Social Change, we have members complete workshops to promote diversity and inclusion.

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