Submitted by Kari Stone / Lewis University on Fri, 06/21/2024 - 11:39

Are you interested in how to add computation to your courses? Please join us June 27 at 1pm EST to hear Ashley McDonald (CalPoly-SLO) present “Resources for teaching cyberinfrastructure skills in the chemistry curriculum from the Molecular Sciences Software Institute.” She will describe the Molecular Sciences Software Institute (the MolSSI). Register here. The MolSSI is an NSF-funded institute that aims to improve software, education, and training in the computational molecular sciences.  The MolSSI Education program offers a wide variety of free curricular resources to teach cyberinfrastructure skills, such as computer programming, data analysis, and data visualization, in the chemistry curriculum.  This presentation will highlight resources from the MolSSI and give examples of faculty using MolSSI resources as a springboard to develop cyberinfrastructure activities for their own classes.