The Institute for Computational and Data Sciences, one of seven interdisciplinary research institutes at Penn State, brings researchers together to develop and apply innovative, high performance computation methods. ICDS provides an ecosystem of support to enable computational and data science research across more than 70 academic departments. ICDS partners with academic colleges to recruit top-tier computational and data sciences researchers through its ICDS Faculty Fellows program. The ICDS RISE team (Research Innovations with Scientists and Engineers) is a dedicated team of computational specialists who collaborate on short-term or long-term engagements with research groups around the university. Through seed grants, explore grants, and other funding, ICDS enables new lines of research. ICDS also partners with other universities to provide computational expertise to under-served schools. No computational/cyberscience ecosystem is complete without a reliable infrastructure; ICDS operates and continues to expand a world-class high-performance computing system. The Roar supercomputer, formerly known as ICDS-ACI, lets Penn State researchers carry out advanced simulation and statistical modeling, data analysis, data mining, machine learning, and more.