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2018 Data Science Career Fair

*Watch a video about the 2018 UW Data Science Career Fair on YouTube!*

The 2018 UW Data Science Career Fair will be held on Monday, October 22 from noon to 6 p.m. in the HUB Ballroom, 2nd floor.

Multiple UW departments and programs are working together to create this opportunity for undergraduates, graduate students, and postdocs working in data science to connect with companies and research labs looking for permanent employees and summer interns in data science positions.

Please REGISTER HERE for the event by 5pm on Friday, October 19.

The event will be open to PRE-REGISTERED UW students and postdocs as follows:

Starting at 12pm:

  • PRE-REGISTERED graduate students and postdocs from participating data science programs.

Starting at 2:30pm:

  • Open to ALL current UW students and postdocs. Priority access will be given to students who have preregistered. Students and postdocs must bring their Husky Card to be admitted to the event.

Participating companies: Interested companies can register to participate at this link. The companies below have registered for this event.

You can find additional information on these companies including location, description, available position types from The Fairs app. You can visit the UW Data Science site at The Fairs or download the app for iOS via the Apple App Store or for Android via the Google Play Store


Event Chair: Kay Beck-Benton (Computer Science & Engineering)

Organizing Committee

Deborah Alterman (MS in Data Science)
Crystal Eney (Computer Science & Engineering)
Tyler McCormick (Statistics)
Rachael Murray (eScience Institute)
Jennifer Worrell (Computer Science & Engineering)


Sponsoring Departments: the eScience Institute, the Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, the Department of Applied Mathematics, the Department of Biology, the Department of Human-Centered Design & Engineering, the Department of Statistics, the Information School, the UW Institute for Neuroengineering, the Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology, and the UW Master’s in Data Science Program.