Date/Time

Date(s) - 10/16/2019
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Location

3910 15th Ave NE
Seattle WA
98195

Using Data to Advance Racial Justice: A fireside chat with Sam Sinyangwe

Wednesday, October 16th, 2019, 3:30-4:30pm @ Data Science Studio

 

Mary Ann and John D. Mangels Public Lecturer, Samuel Sinyangwe, will join us in the Data Science Studio for an informal “fireside chat” led by iSchool Assistant Professor Anna Lauren Hoffmann.

Sinyangwe is a data scientist, policy analyst, social justice activist, and founder of the Mapping Police Violence project. Advance tickets for his public lecture on Oct. 15th, “Using Data to Advance Racial Justice,” are sold out, so don’t miss this opportunity to catch Sinyangwe in a more informal setting while he’s on campus.

This special event is brought to you by the eScience Institute, the UW Graduate School, and the Information School.

Light refreshments, coffee, and tea will be provided.

The location is the WRF Data Science Studio on the 6th floor of the UW Physics/Astronomy Tower.

Be sure to RSVP here no later than noon on Monday, October 14th.

Space is limited; you will receive confirmation of your attendance, or notification that you have been placed on a wait-list.