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Education and Data Science Workforce Group


December 2

The Education and Data Science Workforce Group, hosted by the South Big Data Innovation Hub, is an open monthly professional working group for data science educators and program leaders to talk and hear from other programs around the country. Join the next working group meeting on Friday, December, at 8am PT. 

Data Sharing and Cyberinfrastructure Working Group

December 2

The Data Sharing and Cyberinfrastructure Working Group is a collaboration across all four of the Big Data Innovation Hubs. Each month, the working group brings together data scientists and cyberinfrastructure professionals to learn about topics of common interest.  Areas covered include data management and analytics tools and frameworks, and use of data science to solve real-world problems in areas such as transportation, water quality, public health and disaster response. Join the working group on Friday, December 2, from 10-11am PT.

DataJam Project Proposals

December 2

Project proposals for DataJam 2023 are due by Friday, December 2, 2022. The DataJam is an academic competition for high school students and afterschool programs that focuses on teaching about the use of big data to answer a research question. Students work in teams to formulate a research question, find publicly available data sets, analyze their data, make data visualizations, and present their findings to a panel of judges. 

Trusted CI Webinar Series

December 5

This series provides readily available cybersecurity services tailored to the NSF science community. Join the next webinar series on Monday, December 5, at 8am PT. Interested in presenting at an upcoming session? Reach out here

FAIR Digital Objects Forum Lectures

December 15

Join the FAIR Digital Objects Forum for a lecture and discussion on Thursday, December 15, at 9:30am PT. Dr.Ing. Tobias Kleinert and Dr.Ing. Torben Miny will present I4.0 AAS as evolving Industry Standard—a strategy view.

Data Matters™ Spring Ahead

March 13-16

Data Matters™ is a week-long series of one and two-day courses aimed at students and professionals in business, research, and government. The short course series is sponsored by the Odum Institute for Research in Social Science at UNC-Chapel Hill, the National Consortium for Data Science, and the Renaissance Computing Institute. The first-ever springtime series, Data Matters: Spring Ahead, will feature a selection of their most popular two-day courses.

Call for Submissions: Data Science Journal

Throughout 2022, the Data Science Journal invites submissions related to the evolution and future directions of data science (broadly defined), including recent advances, retrospective analyses, and community inspirations and provocations.