Computational Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Organization (CIGSO)

The Computational Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Organization (CIGSO) represents students in the Computational Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs (CIGP), fostering communication and collaboration amongst the student community. Since students in the CIGP span a wide array of departments across Purdue, the CIGSO promotes academic and social communication amongst students and facilitates interaction between students and faculty. The CIGSO also provides a forum in which CIGP students can voice their concerns and expectations.

Mission Statement

The goal of Computational Interdisciplinary Graduate Program Student Organization is to encourage graduate students to develop computational skills for enhancing their research and to aid them in disseminating their expertise to the Purdue student community.

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