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JPMorgan Chase and Georgia Tech open doors for diverse technologists
Tucker Balch, Managing Director, AI Research, and former professor at Georgia Tech
The mission of JPMorgan Chase AI Research includes supporting relationships with academic institutions.
Observing that diverse representation in technology drives innovation and future-proofs our business, JPMorgan Chase AI Research is excited to share that we have provided new support for diverse student fellowships for the Online Master of Science in Computer Science (OMSCS) program at Georgia Tech.
One of Georgia Tech’s most popular online graduate degree programs, OMSCS was the first of its kind to leverage massive open online course (MOOC) technology, making the program considerably more accessible than on-campus options.
The fellowships will cover tuition for candidates including those from minority and underrepresented communities, women, and non-binary people. The fellowship also provides opportunities for students who are working to support historically underserved communities.
We hope this support will enable more people to advance their careers in technology and support the industry’s collective efforts to improve diverse representation in fields such as AI.
Learn more about the JPMorgan Chase OMSCS fellowship program.
Learn more about AI Research at JPMorgan Chase.
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