The 2014 Diversity Leadership Conference occurring on Saturday, November 1, 2014. This year’s speaker is Dr. Marc Lamont Hill. He is a dynamic speaker and you do not want to miss hearing him speak! The conference is free of charge to present and to attend.
The conference website can be accessed through the following link: http://www.iub.edu/~dleaders/. To register, click on the following link http://www.iub.edu/~dleaders/registration.html. Register now to avoid the long lines, as we are expecting a huge turnout!!!
If you have any questions please contact Patrick Smith at 812-855-8850.
Tues. Sept. 30 11:00 am – 4:30 pm, Alumni Hall, IMU
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The Master of Information Science (MIS) program in the School of Informatics and Computing has special funding for IU Bloomington seniors in Biology. There is high demand for Biology majors in careers with big data and information management. A tuition scholarship (9 credit hours) is available for IUB seniors graduating a bachelor’s degree in Biology who contact our office by May 1st and are admitted to the MIS program. Email Rhonda Spencer, ILS Admissions (email@example.com) with questions – or call at 812.855.2666.
2013-2014 Conference Series
Informatics/”Big Data” Uses and Challenges in the Life Sciences
As advancements in medicine continue to rapidly evolve, the successful management and application of informatics and big data becomes ever more critical. However, utilizing such sensitive data creates many challenges including:
- Determining processes for collecting meaningful data
- Developing best practices for data storage
- Balancing data sharing and patient privacy
If you are faced with data-related challenges, you can gain greater insight and strategies at the upcoming life sciences conference.
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