Using Data Wisely to Help Communities of Color: What You Need to Know

This one-hour virtual program will feature expert panelists discussing how data can be used wisely to help communities of color.



This one-hour virtual program encourages students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and members of the greater Milwaukee community to learn about data equity and how, as future scientists and professionals we can collect, analyze, and use data wisely and ethically to help communities of color to thrive and grow.

Guest speakers include:

Dr. Noelle Chesley, Sociology Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies at UWM, founder of TecHealth

Krystal Tsosie, Ph.D Candidate in Genomics & Health Disparities at Vanderbilt University

Nadiyah Johnson, Founder, Jet Constellations & Milky Way Tech Hub

We want to solicit feedback on questions or topics of interest from our audience in advance of this event, so please use this link to submit your questions: ASK QUESTION HERE. We will do our best to answer them live during the program.
Sponsored by the UWM WiscAMP STEM-Inspire Program and the UWM Mathematical Sciences Department. All are welcome to attend.

The event is finished.


Oct 15 2021


1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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