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swc logo us Louisiana State University
Instructors: Chris Kees
Helpers: Haydel Collins, Wen-Huai Tsao, Jin Ikeda
May 23 - May 26, 2022
swc logo us University of Georgia
Instructors: Holly Bik, Yun Tao
May 24 - May 25, 2022
swc logo no University of Oslo
Instructors: Claudia Barth, Agata Bochynska
Helpers: Mohamed Abdelhalim, Espen Rosenquist, Chi Zhang, Gerald Torgersen
May 31 - May 31, 2022
swc logo us globe image Stony Brook University
Instructors: Farzana Ali, Catherine Feldman, Alan Calder
Jun 6 - Jun 10, 2022
swc logo pr University of Puerto Rico
Instructors: Airined Montes Mercado, Carlos Morales-Rivera, Diego Rosado-Tristani, Humberto Ortiz-Zuazaga
Jun 9 - Jun 15, 2022
swc logo pr University of Puerto Rico
Instructors: Patricia Ordóñez, Humberto Ortiz-Zuazaga
Jun 9 - Jun 15, 2022
swc logo me Centro de Ciencias Matemáticas, UNAM
Instructors: J Abraham Avelar-Rivas, Diego Garfias Gallegos, Claudia Zirion Martinez
Jun 11 - Jun 12, 2022
swc logo nl globe image Vrije Universiteit
Instructors: Matthias Mimault, Julia Scheel, Susan Branchett
Jun 14 - Jun 17, 2022
swc logo us University of Georgia
Instructors: Holly Bik, Yun Tao
Jun 16 - Jun 17, 2022
swc logo us University of Georgia
Instructors: Holly Bik, Yun Tao
Jul 20 - Jul 21, 2022

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