The Pitt Seed-funded Data Science for Social Justice (DS4SJ) Ecosystem project is a one year $75K funded project that demonstrates the G2A model of creating student pathways to engaged learning is scalable and can:
- deepen Pitt’s social impact
- improve connections across departments
- provide students with meaningful workplace-relevant training in multidisciplinary teamwork
Who is involved the DS4SJ project?
Over 20 faculty/staff/community members are part of the grant, but activities in each semester is driven by a cohort of 6-8 Pitt faculty/staff & student teams. The Fall 2022 Cohort included Alison Langmead (Digital Humanities), Bob Gradeck (WPRDC), Natasha Williams (GSPIA), Nick Farnan (CS), Nora Mattern (SCI), and Eleanor Anderson (School of Education).
For further information:
- Watch a video here that explains the DS4SJ project
- View the DS4SJ website
- Listen to the Information Ecosystem Podcast!