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Scientific Programming Study Group

September 30, 2015
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The Scientific Programming Group has made their philosophy "we could all learn a lot and make some new connections by working together." So with that in mind, they're opening up their meetings across the University.

Anyone who wants to meet up and learn new skills, such as coding, data management, communications and more, can join in the community.

If you're interested, just fill out this survey and make sure to let them know what you're most interested in, or if you want to contribute some of your own experience for others.

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