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Title: NSF Advanced Networking Project With MinorityServing Institutions ANMSI


1
NSF Advanced Networking Project With
Minority-Serving Institutions (AN-MSI)
  • Dave Staudt, AN-MSI Project Director, EDUCAUSE
  • Valerie Rice, AN-MSI Project Assistant, EDUCAUSE
  • Alex Ramirez, HSI Project Coordinator, HACU
  • Major Madison, Jr., HBCU/Res. Dev. Committee
  • Al Kuslikis, TCU Project Associate, AIHEC

2
AN-MSI Project
  • Four-year, 6 million grant (ANI-9980537) from
    the National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • Includes 1 million subcontract to EOT-PACI (the
    Education, Outreach, and Training Partnership for
    Advanced Computational Infrastructure)
  • Overall Goal
  • To assist minority-serving institutions as they
    improve Internet connectivity, campus networks
    and their technical support, and advanced use of
    the networks

3
AN-MSI Partners
  • Historically Black Colleges and Universities
    (HBCUs)
  • Executive Leadership Council and Foundation
  • National Association for Equal Opportunity in
    Higher Education (NAFEO)
  • The College Fund/UNCF
  • National Association of State Universities and
    Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC)
  • Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs)
  • Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
    (HACU)
  • Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs)
  • American Indian Higher Education Consortium
    (AIHEC)

4
AN-MSI Participants Currently 101 MSIs
participate, including
  • Albany State University
  • Alcorn State University
  • California State University Los Angeles
  • Clark Atlanta University
  • Dillard University
  • Dull Knife Memorial College
  • Fort Belknap College
  • Fort Peck Community College
  • Hampton University
  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico
    Arecibo
  • Jackson State University
  • LeMoyne-Owen College
  • Lincoln University in Pennsylvania
  • Morehouse College
  • Norfolk State University
  • North Carolina AT State University
  • Oglala Lakota College
  • Stone Child College
  • Talladega College
  • United Tribes Technical College
  • University of Houston Downtown
  • University of Maryland Eastern Shore
  • University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras
  • University of Texas Pan American
  • Winston-Salem State University

5
AN-MSI Committees
  • Executive Awareness
  • Assists campus decision-makers in visualizing and
    planning for effective integration of the
    Internet in their institutions
  • Resource Development
  • Locates additional funding to make possible the
    improvements developed by AN-MSI
  • Network Technology
  • Addresses the networking technical, operational,
    and support issues facing MSIs, including campus
    network planning, local consulting and training,
    and remote technical support centers

6
AN-MSI Committees (continued)
  • Internet Connectivity
  • Develops wireless/satellite pilot projects,
    innovative wired technology, and cooperative
    connectivity projects
  • Applications
  • Encourages and implements high-performance
    applications and assists other applications
    making use of the improved networks
  • Evaluation Assessment
  • Assesses the projects effectiveness and modifies
    the project as appropriate

7
For more detailed information on the project,
please visit our web site. http//www.anmsi.org
Email inquiries are also invited! Send email
to info_at_anmsi.org
How to contact us…
8
AN-MSI / EOT-PACI Project Overview
  • About PACI
  • The Grid
  • Activities

Project Leader Stephenie McLean, NCSA
9
PACI (Partnerships for Advanced Computational
Infrastructure)
  • Foster/create partnerships between science
    researchers and computer scientists.
  • Push the edges of computer science and
    application research.
  • Develop access to distributed resources the Grid

10
Mission Develop human resources through the
innovative use of emerging information
technologies to understand and solve problems
Leadership Team Roscoe Giles, Raquell Holmes,
Boston U. Greg Moses, U. Wisconsin Richard
Tapia, Cynthia Lanius, Rice U. Ann Redelfs,
SDSC Scott Lathrop, NCSA
11
Some PACI Technical Thrusts
  • Advanced Computing
  • Supercomputers
  • Scalable Clusters
  • Advanced Networking the Grid
  • Distributed computers, databases, instruments,
    and other resources
  • Access Grid for Group Collaboration

12
Advanced Networking With Minority Serving
Institutions
  • Workshops/Training
  • Grid Development
  • Grid Forum
  • Access Grid Deployment
  • Participation in HPC Community
  • SC conference

Project Leader Stephenie McLean, NCSA
13
Some AN-MSI / EOT-PACI Project Activities
14
HPC Training
15
Clusters
  • Linking Clusters of PCs or Workstations to form
    a powerful parallel computer is a key affordable
    and scalable technology
  • Cluster demonstrations
  • Cluster workshop in the summer

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SC2000 Rap Session
  • Kennard Love, Clark Atlanta University
  • SC2000 Student volunteer
  • Alliance access grid node operator
  • Get your students there!!!

18
SC2000 Distributed Rap Session
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SC Grant Overview
  • Supercomputing Conference
  • Grant written by Roscoe Giles and Allison Clark
  • Funding provided by SC Sponsors IEEE and ACM for
    approximately 30 MSI Participants _at_ 1800
  • Travel
  • Lodging
  • Conference registration
  • Twelve SC2000 MSI Participants Funded
  • Grant runs until SC01 (then need to renew)

20
Conclusions
  • AN-MSI / EOT-PACI project links MSIs to advanced
    computing and networking applications
  • Working with select institutions to develop model
    applications
  • Developing outside support such as SC grant,
    GridForum support, PACI
  • Open to new activities that highlight educational
    applications of Internet2…

21
NSF Advanced Networking Project With
Minority-Serving Institutions (AN-MSI)
Historically Black Colleges Universities
(HBCUs) Major Madison, Jr., J.D. Vice President,
Institutional Advancement Langston, University
22
AN-MSI Strategies A Closer Look
  • Provide Technical Assistance Local Network
    Planning
  • Mainstream Network Architecture Model
  • Williams Pilot Project - Assess and Redesign /
    Modify / Enhance Campus Network Architecture
  • Establish Remote Technical Support Centers
  • HBCU Pilot

23
DRAFT AN-MSI Mainstream Network Architecture
Model Version 5.0, 00/12/22 DRAFT Lead and
Contributing Authors and Reviewers Philip Long
Yale University Al Anderson Salish Kootenai
College Wendell Barbour California State
University-Bakersfield Jack Barden Turtle
Mountain Community College Tammy Belgarde Turtle
Mountain Community College Laurie Burns Internet
2 Laura-Lee Davidson Executive Leadership
Foundation Ricardo Diez Interamerican
University-Arecibo Steve Dupuis Salish Kootenai
College Art Gloster Florida International
University Eric Harmon Winston Salem
University John Hurley Clark Atlanta
University Henry Ingle University of Texas-El
Paso
Ronnie Jefferson Hampton University Ron Langley
California State University-Bakersfield Kelvin
Lawrence Sitting Bull College Margaret Massey
Bethune-Cookman College Tim McDonald Oakwood
College Caitlin Myers Northwest Indian
College Trent Myers Northwest Indian
College Adebisi Oladipupo Norfolk State
University Alex Ramirez Hispanic Association of
Colleges and Universities John Smith Langston
University Mark Trebian Lac Courte Orielles
Ojibwa College Joyce Williams-Green Winston Salem
University
24
AN-MSI Proposed Menu of Services
Resource Development   Marketing / advertising
support   Sources of funding   Articles,
materials, news releases, PSAs   Federal and
state level advocacy   Fundraising, in-kind and
collective   Clearinghouse   Group Discounts on
EQ and software and training
Executive Awareness   CEO Institute, with IT
experts    Info resources bibliography   
AN-MSI web site    Videoconferences   
Conference Presentations e.g., EDUCAUSE 2001,
Snowmass SAC, SC2001
25
AN-MSI Proposed Menu of Services (continued)
  • Applications
  •  SC2001
  • GridForum
  •  Custom design
  •   MPATH
  •   Remote access to research labs / projects
  •   Visit faculty re Distance Learning protocols
  •   Videoconference series (6)
  •   Pilot ALN projects
  • Evaluation/Assessment
  • Develop baseline and IT goal statements for
    the campuses
  • Network Technology
  • Network model and related materials
  • Training Seminars on Network security and
    Network model
  • Promote certification opportunities
  •  Online networking course from UTEP
  •  Assist with campus assessments
  • Internet Connectivity
  •  Level-setting seminar on internet capacity
  • Workshops training
  •  Showcase wireless pilot

26
EDUCAUSE NSF AN-MSI Project Hispanic-Serving
Institutions
  • Alex Ramirez, Ph.D. Chief Information Officer,
    HACU Title III Directors, 1 March 2001

27
About HACU
  • 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)

28
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
CO
NJ
CA
NM
AZ
TX
FL
PR
29
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
WI
NY
PA
MA
IL
IN
CO
KS
NJ
CA
NM
AZ
TX
FL
30
HACU/EDUCAUSE/NSF 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

31
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.

32
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

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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

34
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

35
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

36
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

37
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

38
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

39
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

40
For more information… WWW.ANMSI.ORG WWW.HACU.NET
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In 1968, the first TCU was created by American
Indians for American Indians.
42
Tribal College Locations
43
AN-MSI 33 Tribal Colleges and Universities
? Information Infrastructure Assessments ?
Virtual Library ? Wireless Project
44
Virtual Library Expanding information resources
through technology
  • Project Components
  • 1. Tribal College Interfaces/Portals
  • 2. Database Development
  • 3. Training

45
Wireless Project
  • Wireless campus backbone delivering 30Mbps to
    end users over 10 mile radius
  • Everything over IP digital integration
  • - telephony
  • - Internet data
  • - video conferencing
  • 4 test sites Ft. Berthold, Turtle Mountain, Ft.
    Peck, and Sitting Bull

46
Impact on Title III Planning and Implementation
  • Information Infrastructure assessment and
    planning involving latest communications and
    computational technologies
  • Strengthened educational and student support
    programs through access to library and online
    learning resources
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