The goal of this workshop is to instruct STEM faculty and staff at Hispanic Serving Institutions in the Western U.S. census region with techniques and tools for teaching data science and integrating it into their curricula using approaches such as live coding, computational notebooks, version control, etc..
 
Participants will learn the ethical use of data science tools, and applications of data science in community engagement (e.g., Data Science for Social Good). Participants will develop collaborative concepts for further joint work.
 
The workshop will be held September 16 & 17, 2019 at the eScience Institute on the University of Washington Campus in Seattle, WA.
 
Flight costs up to $500 and 2 nights lodging at our reserved hotel locations will be covered for all participants selected for the workshop. In addition, eligible participants can apply for an enhanced travel stipend of $150, issued after the workshop is completed.
 
Priority will be given to applications received by August 4th. We will begin notifying participants beginning August 6th, and will consider applications until all slots are filled.  Preference will be given to applicants from HSIs  that are  located in the  Western census region.
Contact the program manager Dr. Bleu Knight at hsistemhub@nmsu.edu with questions or concerns

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* 1. Name

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* 2. Institution

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* 3. Institution City

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* 5. Department

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* 6. Current position at your institution

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* 7. Instructional duties

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* 8. Institution is classified as

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* 9. My institution qualifies as a (definitions taken from https://www.doi.gov/pmb/eeo/doi-minority-serving-institutions-program) (select all that apply).

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* 10. Email address at your institution (.edu or .gov)

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* 11. Other email address (optional)

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* 12. Telephone Number (institutional)

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* 13. Telephone number (other, optional)

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* 14. When were you appointed to your first faculty position?

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* 15. Select all that describe your current appointment (check all that apply)

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* 16. What percent of your appointment is specified for instruction (coursework)

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* 17. Primary teaching area

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* 18. How many credits of coursework do you typically offer per semester

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* 19. Please describe how your attendance at the Data Science Training and Collaboration Workshop meets the goal of the NSF HSI Initiative - improving undergraduate STEM education at Hispanic Serving Institutions (200 words or less; see https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=505512&org=EHR&sel_org=EHR&from=fund)

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* 20. What is your previous experience in data science trainings at workshops? (25 words or less)

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* 21. What is your experience with NSF grants as PI, co-PI and/or key personnel? (25 words or less)

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* 22. Are you currently a PI or Co-PI of a federal grant?

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* 23. Are you preparing a Track 2 application for the NSF HSI Initiative?

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* 24. What do you seek to get out of the workshop? (250 characters or less)

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* 25. What do you hope to contribute to the workshop? (250 characters or less)

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* 26. Request for travel  (for planning purposes, not considered in selection process)

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* 27. Please upload your Curriculum Vitae

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* 28. Please upload your NSF Biosketch (optional)

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* 29. OPTIONAL Approximately How much NSF funding has your institution received since 2014?  Enter N/A if unknown

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* 30.  how long did it take you to complete this application?

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* 31. how did you haar about this event?

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