At the Summer 2020 National Workshop, data science educators across the state discussed the need for creating a California-wide effort for Data Science education.
The California Alliance for Data Science Education board of UC, CSU, CC Representatives, and met to formalize an agenda for the California Alliance for Data Science Education (CADSE)
Held a large-scale workshop with 150 attendees including UC Office of the President, the California Department of Education, and Microsoft.
UCOP discussion on a long-term vision for streamlining articulation in data science, and drafted policy memos addressed to the California Department of Education, and CS Chairs and articulation officers across California.
The 2021 Summer Workshop Featured a CA Alliance Panel where we discussed Data Science efforts at the UCs, the ‘Multiple Department Model’, and long-term goals.
CADSE collaborated with Microsoft to develop a short-term program over Summer 2021 where professors from CSUs and CCCs visited Microsoft’s headquarters.
City College of San Francisco’s Math 108 was approved for articulation with UC Berkeley’s Data 8 after numerous discussions with legislative boards and articulation officers.
Held a workshop where CCC instructors shared experiences, and discussed topics including articulation, CID, and certificates.
Large scale meeting in the winter with a series of talks by educators in Data Science.
Large scale meeting in the winter with a series of talks by state wide educators in Data Science.
Presentations from 7 CSU’s covering their respective data science programs. Discussions covering common curriculum, challenges faced by CSU’s, long term goals
Collection of presentations on different new things happening including UCLA’s new Data Theory Collection major, West Big Data Innovation Hub, Data Science Articulation pathway from Skyline College to CSU East Bay
Had a board meeting to brainstorm a UC-wide transfer pathway and one-year plan for CADSE, and discuss the PALiISaDS NSF grant, Learning Lab Grand Challenge.
Held CADSE’s annual winter meeting which consisted of a survey of CCC Certificates in Data Science, transfer student research opportunities, and an open discussion on UC Transfer Pathways.
Presentation to ASAC Subcommittee of UC Regents about Transfer Pathway proposal from CADSE