Undergraduate data analyst for various community-related data science projects
- Meet 1-2 times per week with faculty advisor and present progress updates and receive direction. Progress will involve taking given data and running it through data analysis and statistical tests
- Give periodic updates and/or a final report of results to the project originator also may be required
- Progress toward mastery of critical data science skills, including basic programming, use of database software, and knowledge of mathematical statistics (e.g., via the course MTH 272, MTH 370, or MTH 375)
- Current UM-Flint undergraduate student
Knowledge of SQL (or other data management software), Python, and completion of 300-level coursework in mathematics or computer science focused on data analysis/science
This position begins in the Fall 2023 semester
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