This fellowship offers Colombian researchers the opportunity to be linked to a US university or research institute for one semester in the academic year 2016-17. The call is open to all areas of knowledge. The closing date is November 16th, 2015.
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Purdue "All-American" Marching Band in Medellin
Thursday, August 6, Rehersal with Medellin Gran Banda: Video 1
Thursday, August 6, Performance at Cincuentenario Stadium: Video 1 Video 2 Video 3
Friday, August 7, Performance at Botero Plaza: Video 1 Video 2 Video 3
Saturday, August 10, Performance at Parque de las Luces: Video 1 Video 2 Video 3 Video 4 Video 5
Sunday, August 9, Parade Day: Video 1 Video 2 Video 3 Video 4
The six-member combined Purdue and Universidad EAFIT, Colombia, team will be competing at the July 12-16 ISC15 supercomputing conference in Europe, one of the supercomputing industry’s major gatherings. Purdue and HP sponsor the student team.
Purdue is among a dozen U.S. universities — including Harvard, Princeton and Yale — with two or more graduates who went on to become CEOs of a top 100 company in this year’s Fortune 500 list of top U.S. companies, released June 4.
Bonnie Prado leads the first camp, in partnership with Purdue University. The idea is to have this as an annual one-week camp, where knowledge is brought to remove this forgotten community from the lack of opportunities bringing them closer to science and technology. Along with Bonnie, the director of the Latino Cultural Center at Purdue University, Aurelio Curbelo-Ruiz; agriculture professor Morris Levy, from CPI, and Benji Loney, who works with Google and is part of the project, arrived to Choco to launch the first camp.
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