The American Family Insurance Data Science Institute’s first two years have been nothing if not eventful. After finding innovative ways to confront the pandemic with data, the institute’s next big project is recruiting a permanent director. Applications are due April 15.
The American Family Insurance Data Science Institute seeks an individual to advance the research activities of faculty members, students, and staff in a broad range of scholarly disciplines that would benefit from data science methods.
The American Family Funding Initiative is hosting a number of events designed to help applicants create competitive proposals, including office hours with representatives from American Family and DoIT Research Cyberinfrastructure.
Researchers and data scientists across the UW-Madison campus are developing and sharing Covid-19 models that can inform responses to the pandemic. A new service offered through the UW-Madison Division of Information Technology (DoIT) Cyberinfrastructure Group, which is available to all UW-Madison researchers, is helping these scientists collaborate and share their work.
The American Family Funding Initiative offers grants of $75-150K to stimulate and support cutting-edge, highly innovative and groundbreaking research in the rapidly growing field of data science, including computing and artificial intelligence.
Can Technology Save us from Racism?Dr. Lori Kido Lopez, Associate Professor of Media and Cultural Studies in the Communication Arts Department and Director of the Asian American Studies Program at UW-Madison4:00 PM, Online