Wednesday, 07 Mar 2018
"Stats, Machine Learning and the Data Science Career," Gabriela de Queiroz, data scientist and founder of R-Ladies Global. She'll talk about her journey from majoring in statistics to a career in data science.
Alan Amling, vice president at UPS Corporate Strategy, leads UPS's Global On-Demand Manufacturing initiative, helping global companies leverage 3D printing to take time, cost and carbon out of their supply chain.
Dan Wood, FAIA, a founding partner of WORK Architecture Company (WORKac) in New York City, will trace his 15 years of collaboration with co-founder Amale Andraos in the 2018 Richard F. Hansen Lecture in Architecture at Iowa State.
Coding, long an activity relegated to the software engineer, has become a ubiquitous creative and transformative force. Join researchers, scientists and designers for a discussion on both how code is designed and how code is used as a design tool. Center for Excellence in the Arts & Humanities Symposium
Iyabo Onipede works with corporate executives, academic professionals and social justice leaders to identify and develop leadership skills.
Thursday, 08 Mar 2018
Nature at Noon series. Learn about the many benefits of dance and movement for mind, body, and soul from Board-Certified Movement Therapist and Reiman Gardens' esteemed instructor Camilla Kottman.
"Community & Leadership in R," Gabriela de Queiroz, data scientist and founder of R-Ladies Global. She will share her experience being an R user and becoming part of the R open source community, as well has how her desire to share her experiences with others and to develop a more inclusive community led to the creation of R-Ladies.
Hector Avalos, a professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Iowa State, will speak on the topic of his book The Bad Jesus: The Ethics of New Testament Ethics.