AN-MSI: An NSF-Sponsored Collaborative Project for Better ...

AN-MSI: An NSF-Sponsored Collaborative Project for Better ...

AN-MSI: An NSF-Sponsored Collaborative Project for Better Networking Dave Staudt AN-MSI Project Director [email protected] NSF Advanced Networking Project With Minority-Serving Institutions (AN-MSI)

Brief project history Whos involved How were organized What were doing Where we are now

HBCUs: Laura-Lee Davidson HSIs: Alex Ramirez Tribal colleges: Steve Dupuis EOT-PACI: Allison Clark Whos involved HBCUs - 35 institutions, 17 states HSIs - 34 institutions, 8 states TCUs - 32 institutions, 12 states Totals: 101 institutions, 33 states

Potential total: 350 institutions AN-MSI Project Organization Project Action Committee Tribal Colleges Project Action Committee Hispanic-Serving Institutions

AN-MSI Advisory Committee Project Action Committee HBCUs AN-MSI Working Committees EDUCAUSE

EOT-PACI AN-MSI Executive Committee Committees

Executive Awareness Resource Development Network Technology Internet Connectivity Applications Evaluation/Assessment AN-MSI Project Activities Executive awareness Network technology

Campus network architecture Remote technical support collaborations Campus networker training Internet connectivity Satellite/wireless prototype installations Collaborative connectivity AN-MSI Project Activities(cont) Applications Advanced (EOT-PACI)

Other projects Resource development Evaluation/assessments For more information.. AN-MSI UPDATE HBCUs Laura-Lee Davidson

Program Manager, Technology Transfer Project Executive Leadership Council & Foundation Partner Associations NAFEO: National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education UNCF: United Negro College Fund NASULGC: National Association of State Universities and Land

Grant Colleges Coordinator / Facilitator / Convener ELC/ELF: Executive Leadership Council & Foundation TTP: Technology Transfer Project Participating HBCUs, to date (35)

Albany State University Alcorn State University Bethune-Cookman College Bowie State University Cheyney State University Clark Atlanta University Dillard University Hampton University Jackson State University Italics TTP schools Participating HBCUs, continued

Lane College Langston University LeMoyne-Owen College Lincoln University (PA) Morehouse College Norfolk State University NC A&T State University NC Central University Oakwood College Italics TTP schools Participating HBCUs, continued

Rust College Saint Pauls College Shaw University SC State University Southern University, Baton Rouge St. Augustines College Stillman College Talladega College Tuskegee University Italics TTP schools Participating HBCUs, continued

University of DC University of MD, Eastern Shore University of the Virgin Islands Virginia State University West Virginia State University Wilberforce University Wiley College Winston-Salem State University Italics TTP schools Current Work: Networking Technology SubCommittee

Network Planning Guide Design Issues and Rules of Thumb Collaborative Pilot Project with Industry Partner, Williams Communications Solutions Network Assessment and Development (with Energy Component) Remote Support IT Staff Training EDUCAUSE NSF AN-MSI Project Hispanic-Serving Institutions Alex Ramirez, Ph.D. Chief Information Officer,

HACU EDUCAUSE 2000 About HACU the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities HACUs Mission: to promote the development of member colleges and universities; improve access to and the quality of post-secondary educational opportunities for Hispanic students; and to meet the needs of business, industry and government through the development and sharing of resources, information and expertise.

3 Categories of HACU Membership: Hispanic-Serving Institutions Associate Member Institutions International Member Institutions Currently, HACU has 253 members in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Latin America and Spain! (6/7/2000) HISPANIC-SERVING INSTITUTIONS MEMBERS OF HACU An HSI Member of HACU is a dues-paid, non-profit, accredited college, university or system, where total Hispanic

enrollment constitutes a minimum of 25 percent of the total enrollment, including full-time and part-time students whether at the undergraduate or graduate level or both. HSIs that are members of HACU are voting members of the Association. HSI members vote at the Annual Business meeting during the Annual Conference. HSIs have representation on HACUs Governing Board. HISPANIC-SERVING INSTITUTIONS 145 Member HSIs Located in 10 States and Puerto Rico (6/7/2000) WA NY IL


ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP An Associate Member of HACU is a dues-paid, non-profit, accredited college, university or system, where total Hispanic enrollment constitutes at least 10 percent of the total enrollment, or a minimum of 1,000 Hispanic students enrolled, including full-time and part-time students whether at the undergraduate or graduate level or both. Associate members elect regional representatives who can vote at the Annual Business meetings of the voting (HSI) membership. AMIs have Bi-Annual Meetings during the Annual Conference. AMIs also have representation on HACUs Governing Board. ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP 84 Associate Members Located in 15 States (6/7/2000) MI



AN-MSI Project First Year HSI Cohort 34 institutions 14 two year & 20 four year institutions 25 public & 9 private institutions Representing 7 states and Puerto Rico HACU/EDUCAUSE/NSF AN-MSI Project

Participation Criteria Commitment by the President/Chancellor to the project, and to funding or securing funding to implement the networking improvements desired by the institution. Existence of a Chief Information Officer or single point of responsibility for at least the campus network and Internet connectivity. Commitment to faculty and curriculum development to take advantage of the improved network infrastructure anticipated as a result of this project. AN-MSI Project First Year HSI

Cohort California Two Year Public Hartnell College Mount San Antonio College

Oxnard College Rancho Santiago Community College Riverside Community College Santa Monica College AN-MSI Project First Year HSI Cohort California 4 Year Public California State University - Bakersfield California State University - Fresno California State University Los Angeles

California State University San Bernardino California State Polytechnic University - Pomona AN-MSI Project First Year HSI Cohort Colorado 4 Year Public University of Southern Colorado Florida 2 Year Public Valencia Community College

4 Year Public Florida International University AN-MSI Project First Year HSI Cohort Illinois 2 Year Public Richard J Daley College New Mexico 2 Year Public

New Mexico State University at Carlsbad Santa Fe Community College 4 Year Private College of Santa Fe AN-MSI Project First Year HSI Cohort New York 2 Year Private College of Aeronautics

2 Year Public Bronx Community College Hostos Community College/CUNY 4 Year Private Mercy College 4 Year Public CUNY Herbert Lehman College AN-MSI Project First Year HSI Cohort

Puerto Rico 2 Year Public Colegio Tecnologico de San Juan 4 Year Private Inter American University of Puerto Rico - Arecibo Inter American University of Puerto Rico- Ponce

Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico Universidad Metropolitana 4 Year Public University of Puerto Rico, San Juan AN-MSI Project First Year HSI Cohort Texas 4 Year Private Our Lady of the Lake University University of the Incarnate Word

4 Year Public University of Houston - Downtown The University of Texas at El Paso The University of Texas, Pan American Current Projects Networking (of the human kind) Puerto Rican Internet Connectivity Project California Secure Network Management Partnership (CalSNMP) Williams technology assessment and

planning Applications Executive Awareness Campus network architecture For more information WWW.ANMSI.ORG WWW.HACU.NET Tribal College AN-MSI Steve Dupuis

Tribal College AN-MSI Project Manager Salish Kootenai College Pablo, Montana Tribal College AN-MSI Includes 32 - 2 & 4-year degree granting institutions Located mainly in the Northwest and Midwest Also located in rural areas on remote reservations

Tribal College AN-MSI Wireless Internet/Telephony Infrastructure Remote Technical Support Campus Network Design Advanced Applications Tribal College AN-MSI Wireless Internet/Telephony Infrastructure Solicited RFP Currently conducting on-site

assessments Will be installing initial site(s) within the next few months. Not your current wireless networking products Tribal College AN-MSI Remote Technical Support

Currently have proposal up for review Includes centrally located server Customizable for local college use Uses common support tier structure Inexpensive to setup and maintain Tribal College AN-MSI Campus Network Design Various Tribal College Technical personnel have been involved

This will assist with the Remote Technical Support System Will also assist with campus expansions and remodels Tribal College AN-MSI Advanced Applications A few Tribal Colleges have been involved in this area As soon as more faculty are aware of this capability, more Tribal Colleges will get involved

EOT-PACI AN-MSI Goals Allison Clark Program Director, Access and Inclusion Initiatives National Center for Supercomputing Applications [email protected] EOT-PACI AN-MSI Goals Demonstrate the use of NSF PACI technologies and resources among diverse

audiences by leveraging NSF PACI thrusts/team efforts Increase participation of under-represented groups, including persons with disabilities, in computer science and engineering, information technology, and NSF PACI FY00 Activities MSI HPC Workshop Washington D.C. at High Performance Technologies, Inc.

(HPTi ) In conjunction with Army Research Lab (ARL) May 18-19, 2000 MSI HPC Workshop Four HSIs Seven HBCUs Five Tribal Colleges MSI HPC Workshop

Topics HPC Undergraduate Curriculum Development Geoffrey Fox, Florida State U MSI HPC Workshop Topics Cluster Computing Systems and Networks Christopher D.

Maestas, Albuquerque high performance computing (AHPCC) MSI HPC Workshop Topics Government Proposal Writing Timothy Keenan, High Performance Technologies, Inc. (HPTi )

MSI HPC Workshop Topics Metacomputing Andrew S. Grimshaw, University of Virginia MSI HPC Workshop Topics MSI Grid Forum Proposal Dr. John Hurley, Clark

Atlanta university FY00 Activities (cont.) Chautauqua 2000 August 1-3, 2000 Link Atlanta University Center as a remote site

Clark Atlanta University Interdenominational Theological Center Morehouse Morehouse School of Medicine Morris Brown Spelman Chautauqua 2000 AU Center Team Trained at Argonne March 13-14, 2000

Tim Latners, CAU Kennard Love, CAU Adrain Evans, Spelman Ray Chambers, Spelman Access Grid at the Chautauquas Argonne NCSA

MHPCC The Grid University of New Mexico University of Kentucky Boston University AU Center UIC-EVL Alliance

Access Center Chautauqua 2000 High Speed Link Operates 45 megabits per second Connected to Abilene via Southern Crossroads (SoX)

Chautauqua 2000 Grid Power Get Connected Roscoe Giles gives a presentation from the AU Center Site Chautauqua 2000 Team Effort

AU Center GA Tech. NCSA Argonne Bell South Cisco Chautauqua 2000

AU Center the first HBCU facility to participate in a Chautauqua Forty six attendees PACI Leverage for FY01 SC00 Dallas, TX Nov. 2-5,2000

register/msi.htm Gridforum Boston October 15-18,2000 More FY01 Plans MSI HPC II NPACI All Hands Mtg San Diego February 24-25, 2001

Grid Forum SC01 (FY02) Community Specific Project Contact Information Access and Inclusion Initiatives Programs [email protected] EOT-PACI [email protected] AN-MSI: An NSF-Sponsored Collaborative Project for Better Networking Session 114 #1: Dave Staudt #2: Laura-Lee Davidson #3: Alex Ramirez #4: Steve Dupuis #5: Allison Clark

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