Hacking the Academy Events, UW Libraries, 1/24 & 2/21

Please save the date for two upcoming Libraries events:


Hacking the Academy: Data Science for the Social Good

January 24th, 4:00-5:00pm

Research Commons, Green A

Sarah Stone, Executive Director of the eScience Institute will join us to share more information on the annual Data Science for the Social Good (DSSG) summer program. Learn about past DSSG programs and how you might apply for this summer’s program.


Hacking the Academy: Citizen

February 21st, 4:00-5:00pm

Research Commons, Green A

Learn how UW researchers use citizen volunteers to create scholarship. We’ll begin this program with a series of short talks followed by a discussion around the theme Citizen. Come ready to learn and share your ideas
and experiences with citizen science and public scholarship! Speakers for this program include:

· Julia K. Parrish, Professor, Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and Biology, COASST Executive Director, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, College of the Envirnoment. Dr. Parrish will speak on citizen science and the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team.

· Sara Vannini, Lecturer, Department of Communication. Dr. Vannini will speak on her work with FotoHistorias, a participatory photography project.

· Sarah Stuteville, Co-Founder & Education Director, Seattle Globalist. Ms. Stuteville will speak on the Seattle Globalist’s work to incorporate underrepresented voices in media reporting through the training of citizen journalists.

Both programs are part of the Libraries’ Hacking the Academy program series, designed to highlight new trends in how scholarship is produced, archived, evaluated, and reused through a series of interdisciplinary showcases, discussions, and lectures. The program is open to students and faculty throughout the University of Washington. We hope to see you there!

 

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