The CompBio Fellowship Fund provides general fellowship support to students participating in masters programs offered by the Computational Biology Department who are of under-privileged socioeconomic status, with a preference for students who have demonstrated a strong interest in careers in biomedical research.
Outreach & Diversity
The CompBio High School Summer Program Scholarship Fund provides general scholarship support to students participating in the department's high school summer program(s), with a preference for students who are of under-privileged socioeconomic status.
The Lenore Blum Innovation Fund, named in honor of the founder of the Project Olympus Incubator Program, provides support for initiatives promoting diversity within the program. Project Olympus bridges the gap between cutting-edge university research and economy-promoting commercialization for the benefit of our communities.
REUSE brings undergrads from other universities to CMU for the summer to do research with our world-class faculty members. The goal is to have maximum impact on the students that participate, many of whom are under-represented in our field.
CMU's free, online curriculum for high school students that helps instructors teach programming skills using engaging graphics and animations.
When you support the SCS Outreach Fund, you help us expand our initiatives that improve access to CS education for students at all levels.
Support gender equality, diversity and inclusion in computer science by donating to Women@SCS, our student-run organization that creates, encourages and supports academic, social and professional opportunities for women in CS.