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  • Clinic for Open Source Art July 1, 2021
    The Clinic for Open Source Arts (COSA) at the University of Denver is a center that supports the creation of free, open source tools for creativity.  COSA: Contributes to ongoing efforts to create and share digital arts using open-source digital tools. Creates cross-disciplinary projects with University of ...
  • OpenUK Kids Camp! May 24, 2021
    OpenUK is offering a Kids Camp in July/August 2021, sponsored by Red Hat. The first camp took place 10-31 August 2020. OpenUK has made all content available to be used on an ongoing basis and freely downloadable via this web page. The camp delivered 10 ...
  • Adjunct Position Teaching Open Source – Brandeis University May 14, 2021
    Brandeis University’s Graduate Professional Studies (GPS) is looking for an industry expert in the Open-Source Software community to design and teach in the new Open Source Technology Management (OSTM) suite of course offerings. The specific need is to teach RMGT 290b: Open-Source Community Development Course description: ...
  • Student Summer Research Opportunity April 9, 2021
    The Center for Research in Open Source Software (CROSS) at the University of Santa Cruz is now accepting student proposals for their Open Source Research Experience (OSRE) Program Summer 2021. Deadline is April 30th. The goal of this program is to increase student capabilities ...
  • New Resources April 7, 2021
    Several new resources have emerged recently that the TOS community may find helpful in getting students and others started participating in open source communities. Marco Gerosa (POSSE alum), Georg Link, Gregorio Robles, Anita Sarma, Igor Steinmacher, Christoph Treude, Bianca Trinkenreich, Igor Wiese have updated the study ...
  • Colloquium on Teaching Open Source for Educators March 28, 2021
    The Institute of Applied Open Source at Johns Hopkins University in combination with the OSPO++ Network.is presenting an online Community Colloquium on Teaching Open Source for Educators Fri, 16 April 2021, 10:00 – 15:30 EDT. The focus of the event is on the who, what, ...
  • GSoC Opens March 29th March 15, 2021
    Google’s Summer of Code starts accepting student applications on Monday, March 29. The deadline to submit is Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 19:00 UTC. This year there are 202 open source mentoring organization with 31 organizations new this year.  There are helpful resources for students ...
  • Mario Nakazawa Named to POGIL Steering Committ March 6, 2021
    Our very own Mario Nakazawa from Berea College has been named to the POGIL Project Steering Committee.   POGIL, standing for Process Oriented Guided Inqiury Learning, uses scaffolded, inquiry learning to support student learning. The CS-POGIL project provides learning materials for a variety of computing courses. Congratulations ...
  • Interview with Dr. Kari Jordan, Executive Director at The Carpentries February 28, 2021
    David Yakobovitch from the HumAIn Podcast interviewed Dr. Kari Jordan, Executive Director at The Carpentries, on how to get started in open source. The article also talks about how they are translating their existing in-person two day workshops to an online format while maintaining a ...
  • Applications for GitHub (Student) Campus Experts Open! February 15, 2021
    GitHub has a GitHub Campus Experts Program which supports student leaders who foster student communities on their campuses in order to help other students learn industry skills and become better software developers. Applications are open now through February 28th. To qualify for the GitHub Campus Experts ...
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