On this episode of Curious Campus, UWM’s new podcast about science, discovery and culture, Purush Papatla tells us how social and data scientists are mining a sea of information to uncover the secrets of consumer behavior.
A technology company hopes a philanthropic initiative, aimed at getting more undergraduate and graduate students informed and interested in data-based research, will grow following a successful pilot program at UWM’s School of Information Studies. The Data Intelligence Project will nurture the “next generation of data enthusiasts,” Alation Inc., said in announcing its effort in July. […]
The $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will help expand campus research capabilities and research-related educational opportunities.
The gift from UWM alumnus and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and his wife, Anu Nadella, will support the university’s efforts to prepare students from underserved communities for careers in computer science, data science and information technology.
UWM is building future-focused strategic partnerships with both local and international companies and engaging with them in new ways, Chancellor Mark Mone told a committee of the UW System Board of Regents meeting at UWM on June 3.
A close look at social media could not only provide a window into what voters consider the most important issues, it could also give insight that might improve political polling.
UWM students are using data science to help shed light on what might be driving voters in the 2020 presidential election campaign.
A UWM researcher is part of a team that is investigating how people interpret information about COVID-19 in graphs, maps and charts presented by the media.
Voter behavior in the 2020 election is the subject of one of the first research projects for the Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute, which is a partnership that includes UWM.
Amogh Bhatnagar, son of Amit Bhatnagar, UWM associate professor of business, won the prize for a health care cost comparison model he created that uses data science.