The Data Science Education Program seeks to make the ability to understand and formulate reasoning based on data accessible to all Berkeley students. Even before the first pilot offerings, a team of students were working to understand how the program could be designed to best provide what students view as essential to their college experience.
As the program continues growing, a broader team of students have come together to continue to develop this understanding from the student perspective. We interview; we discuss; we collect data; we are a part of the process of creating a data science learning community.
There are several student teams that help run the Data Science Education Program (DSEP). Learn more about each individual team below.
Provide support to the instructors and students involved in Data8 Connector Courses
Provides resources to underrepresented people in the data science community
Develops web infrastructure/tools to help the rest of the Data Science Education Program
Collects data and creates tools to better understand the Data Science ecosystem at Berkeley, including its strengths and its connections across research, teaching, and student pathways
Designs modules, which are explorations into data science integrated into other courses
Guides students across campus and develops best practices in designing, producing, and distributing information on the Data Science Education Program to the student community
Compiles, organizes, and manages a database of data science projects for Berkeley students to get involved in
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