Overview: The Digital Imaging and Vision Applications in Science (DIVAS) Alliance is a community of students, staff, and faculty, most in the natural sciences, supporting each other in developing computational problem-solving skills that are in high demand in medicine, agriculture, basic research, and industry.
Funding: The Alliance is funded by the National Science Foundation Division of Undergraduate Education.
DIVAS Alliance Scholars Program: Students can apply to join the full year-long program that includes two one-credit seminars and five weeks of summer training. Applications are generally due in the fall of each year. The program begins in the spring of each year with a one-credit seminar. Summer activities start in late May and continue for five weeks. Scholars earn a competitive stipend and housing allowance totaling $3260. Scholars also have the opportunity to present their experiences and findings at regional and national meetings.
Member Institutions: The DIVAS Alliance consists of two 'hub' institutions (Doane and American Universities) that administer and support program elements across the alliance. Satellite institutions are supported by the hub institutions and the Alliance network to administer DIVAS program elements.
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