From Psychology to Data Science: How Teaching Fellow Graham Albert Utilizes Data

Graham Albert is a teaching fellow for the ‘DS 100 – Data Speaks Louder than Words’ class at the Faculty of Computing & Data Sciences. He works under Clinical Assistant Professor, Langdon White, to introduce students to the foundational aspects of data science. This includes leading lab discussions on the research design process, familiarizing students […]

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Jonathan Huggins: Computation, Statistics, and Real-World Problems

Jonathan Huggins joined BU in 2020 after a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at Harvard’s Department of Bioinformatics. During the past few years, he has been busy researching, giving talks, writing papers, and, of course, teaching! A Data Science Faculty Fellow, he participates in various collaborative efforts which go beyond his reaching and research agendas. Recently, he […]

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QnA with AP Bestavros: Part II

*Note that this is part 2 of a series of interviews with Associate Provost Bestavros. Stay tuned for the next installment. Part 1 is available here. Last time we spoke with Azer Bestavros about the power of data and how it can be helpful in evaluating policies or policymaking. Today, we will dive into the […]

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CDS Introduces its BS in DS Program

We are delighted to announce the BS in Data Science program in the Faculty of Computing & Data Sciences at Boston University. Data science is a rapidly growing field that draws from and builds on traditional STEM disciplines to extract knowledge and insights from structured and unstructured data. Data scientists must not only have experience […]

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