King 5 News interviews some of the 2017 Data Science for Social Good fellows. Photo, Micaela Parker, eScience Institute
The impactful results of our Data Science for Social Good program have been featured in a variety of news and media resources. Click the links to explore our media coverage.
Businesswire: “New research and Blueprint4SummerCO fuel ReSchool’s efforts to address disparities in summer learning for Denver metro-area youth”
The 74: “Tuchman & Pillow: Out-of-school enrichment is critical to student success. We must close the access gap for black and Latino kids“
The Center for Reinventing Public Education blog: “The enrichment gap: the educational inequity that nobody talks about”
Project summaries here.
King 5 News: “One-third of Seattle drivers ‘cruising’ for parking, rides, study finds”
Microsoft blog: “Students ‘create something really incredible’ in broader aim to help two cross-border cities thrive together”
Cascadia Urban Analytics Cooperative video on YouTube
GeekWire: “Can Seattle avoid Bay Area problems? Researchers using data to predict how neighborhoods will evolve”
The Seattle Times: “UW student project taps ORCA cards, unlocks data trove”
GeekWire: “Could data help solve Seattle’s transportation challenges?”
GeekWire: “Could Amazon reviews keep you from getting sick? Researchers analyze text to predict food recalls”
TechCrunch: “Student projects leapfrog governments and industry in ‘Data Science for Social Good’ program”
Food Safety News: “Project explores whether data-mining can predict food recalls”