The Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University has announced details on the Request for Proposals (RFP) for 2024 Grants. The goal of the program is to enable collaborative research between Boston University researchers and Red Hat engineers. Projects must be open source and should generally focus on problems of distributed, operating, security, or network systems whose solution shows promise for advancing their field and impacting industry.
This blog post spotlights Maria Shevchuk, a senior pursuing a BS in Biomedical Engineering and a BA in Computer Science dual degree at Boston University. Maria has worked with Red Hat through student-funded opportunities associated with the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University and directly as a Red Hat intern. She spoke with us about her research with the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University, how she has leveraged her time at Red Hat to pursue her passions in healthcare and technology, making the most of an internship, and her take on the hot dog sandwich debate.