TACC is committed to informing the public about the importance of advanced computing in society. TACC cultivates relationships with The University of Texas at Austin and the community at large, coordinating outreach activities that expand the understanding of advanced computing and the career opportunities available in the field. These activities target diverse audiences, including underrepresented populations. In addition, TACC works with K-12 teachers to provide for-credit activities, and to help them enhance their science and computing curriculums.
TACC Outreach Programs
The Austin Forum on Science, Technology & Society
The Austin Forum is a monthly speaker series and networking event that hosts distinguished leaders who share their knowledge and experience about the confluence of science, technology and society in the 21st century.
The Forum's goal is to engage and educate the Austin community about the numerous ways in which science and technology enhance the quality of their everyday life, as well as the health, prosperity and security of the nation. The event takes place the first Tuesday of each month at the beautiful AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, Amphitheater (#204).
Networking Reception: 5:45pm – 6:30pm
Event: 6:30pm – 7:30pm, including Q&A
For more information about the forum and its next meeting, please visit The Austin Forum Website.
More information coming soon.