Open Research Community
Welcome to the Open Research Community Student Club at the University of Vermont! Our club is dedicated to fostering a vibrant environment for open research and supporting the open-source community. We believe in the power of collaboration, transparency, and accessibility in research. Through engaging talks, workshops, and activities, we aim to promote the principles of open research and provide a platform for students to explore and contribute to open-source projects. Join us as we strive to expand knowledge, promote innovation, and build a more inclusive research community.
Presentation - Kendall Fortney "Open Research Community Accelerator Interships"
Thursday 2/15/24 at 3:30-4:30 at Votey 254
Join us for a talk by Kendall Fortney, Director of the Vermont Research Open Source Program Office, as he introduces the ORCA (Open Research Community Accelerator) Internship Program. ORCA offers undergraduate students a unique opportunity to dive into real-world research problems, either by contributing to open-source software or generating valuable datasets. Through hands-on experience, interns not only make meaningful contributions to ongoing research but also acquire essential job skills applicable across various fields. Don't miss this chance to learn about ORCA and how you can be part of a dynamic team making a tangible impact while gaining valuable practical skills.
Presentation - Nate Gaylinn "Engineering Mindset"
Thursday 1/25/24 at Innovation Hall E432
Join us for an inspiring session where Nate Gaylinn, with over a decade of experience working for Google Search as a software engineer, tech lead, and manager, will share insights into cultivating an engineering mindset. Whether you're a seasoned engineering enthusiast or just curious about the field, this talk promises to be enlightening and thought-provoking.