Alumna Ashley Ford Versypt was recognized as the 2013 Howes Scholar.

Multiple outreach initiatives help DOE CSGF fellows and alumni, DOE laboratory staff, and academics establish a community of computational science and engineering leaders.

First, the fellowship offers career and leadership development opportunities, including mentoring and networking via social media and at the annual program review, at alumni events around the country, and at gatherings at professional society meetings.

With the print and online editions of DEIXIS, the DOE CSGF journal, the program also spreads the word about fellows’ accomplishments and the vital computational science conducted at DOE national laboratories.

The Frederick A. Howes Scholar in Computational Science award, meanwhile, recognizes DOE CSGF recipients with outstanding records in research and service. And the Communicate Your Science & Engineering Contest challenges fellows to make their work understandable for a broad audience.