Jennifer Chayes is Dean of the College of Computing, Data Science, and Society. She is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics, and Information. Before joining Berkeley, she was a Technical Fellow at Microsoft, where she led research programs for over 20 years and was founder and managing director of three interdisciplinary labs: Microsoft Research New England, New York City, and Montreal.
We are a community of visionaries and educators dedicated to harnessing data science and computing to help solve society's greatest problems.
Our team supports the college's dynamic structure and works to create a vibrant and collaborative environment.
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Computational precision health bridges medicine, statistics, public health, and computation to create new advances in treating and preventing disease and promoting health.
Data Science Undergraduate Studies provides a diverse range of opportunities for students of all majors to engage and lead in data science. We have empowered undergraduates to help develop curriculum, take on substantive research, etc. Hundreds of students every semester engage as full partners in curriculum design, research, advising, and communications.
We attract stellar students and professors from around the world, pioneers of information science and technology with a broad impact on society.