The College of Charleston is accepting applications for a three-day National Science Foundation workshop on “Computing in the Arts: Music Arts and Computation” beginning on Wednesday May 13, 2015.

The workshop is designed to promote curricula that combine creative arts and computer science. Educators attending the workshop will be given resources to develop assignments, courses and degree programs revolving around computing in the arts. The workshop is fully funded for accepted applicants, with travel, lodging and meal expenses covered by the National Science Foundation.

Applicants are encouraged to contact College of Charleston computer science professor Renee McCauley by e-mail, stating in their message:

  • Their position
  • Their background in related academic areas
  • Their interest in the workshop

For more details and a schedule of events, please consult the flyer below.

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