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Data Science Subcommittee

Chair: Rachel Saidi (rachel.saidi@montgomerycollege.edu)

The Data Science Subcommittee hopes to foster meaningful connections among both faculty who would like to develop a data science program at their institution as well those who already have these programs. Because Data Science and Data Analytics is vastly different at each school, we hope to facilitate ways members can help each other to establish best practices for 1. certificates and degrees, 2. transfer agreements to four-year institutions, 3. pathways to career opportunities, and 4. connections to local government and industry partners.

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  • Successful DataFest for Community Colleges

    On April 9-10, four community college teams participated in a pilot ASA DataFest for Community Colleges challenge. Judges were impressed with the work of these teams. Awards were presented for Best in Show, Best Visualization, and Best Use of Statistical Analysis, and all student participants received a student membership to ASA for a year. Much thanks goes to the team faculty coaches, the volunteer mentors, and the volunteer judges who made the event possible!
    With such a successful first event, we will offer this in future years, and we hope more teams will participate. 
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  • Upcoming IMPACT Live Events in July

    Coming this July - the Data Science Subcommittee will host a series of virtual webinars for IMPACT Live on the topic of Student Success. 

    Please consider volunteering to help plan for this!

    Thank you in advance for your consideration.

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