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Leveraging Data Science and Advanced Technologies. Conversation with Ms. Florence D. Hudson

WIT Virtual Voices, a series of webinars hosted by the World Information Transfer focusing on the SDGs to promote science-based news on health and environment. This online webinar from NEBDHub Executive Director, Florence Hudson, touches on the role of data science in developing advanced technologies.

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Poster for the October 2022 Data Science Career Panel

October 2022 National Student Data Corps Data Science Career Panel

On October 19th, 2022, the National Student Data Corps (NSDC) hosted the first National Hispanic Heritage Month Data Science Panel. Florence Hudson, the Executive Director of the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub (NEBDHub), began the event by welcoming the co-moderators, the panelists, and the attendees. The event was co-moderated by Raul Cosio and Isabella Graham Martinez. Raul is a retired IBM Vice President and has received awards from the Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Corporation (HENAAC) and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE). Isabella is a full-time student at Columbia University, works part-time at the NEBDHub as a Project Coordinator, and is a National Hispanic Scholar Awardee.


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Pala Students Win ‘Best New Team’ Award at 2022 DataJam

Supercomputers can complete tasks so impressive that they have outpaced science fiction movies. However, they do more than that, they can provide inspiration to the next generation of scientists. One supercomputing center inspiring youth is the San Diego Supercomputer Center, or SDSC, at the University of California San Diego, which provides […]


Curricular Structures to Blend Data Science & the Digital Humanities

Guest post by Amanda Greene, Lehigh University This Success Story is a report on the results of the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub’s 2020 Seed Fund program. The goal of this project was to develop pedagogical resources that integrate humanist perspectives, ethics, and data science by supporting a collaborative working […]

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Using Data Science To Study Environmental Racism, Justice, And Policy

Guest post by Aunshul Rege, Temple University This Success Story is a report on the results of the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub’s 2020 Seed Fund program. This project examined environmental injustice using a qualitative criminological lens. The project surveyed known case studies of environmental injustice in the United States […]


COVID Information Commons: Lightning Talks (July 2022)

The COVID Information Commons (CIC) webinar took place on July 15th, 2022. In this forum, leading COVID-19 scientists presented their current research on the global pandemic.  Event moderators included Florence Hudson, Executive Director of the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub at Columbia University and COVID Information Commons Principal Investigator (PI), and Lauren Close, […]

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Data Literacy as an Enabler to Broaden the Participation Of Underrepresented Minorities in STEM Careers

Guest post by Babak D. Beheshti, New York Institute of Technology This Success Story is a report on the results of the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub’s 2020 Seed Fund program. The objective of this project was to expand data literacy and broaden the participation of underrepresented minorities and women […]

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poster for June 2022 CIC webinar

COVID Information Commons: Lightning Talks (June 2022)

The June 2022 COVID Information Commons (CIC) webinar took place on June 10th, 2022. In this forum, leading COVID-19 scientists funded by NSF presented their current research on the global pandemic.  Event moderators included Florence Hudson, Executive Director of the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub at Columbia University and COVID Information Commons Principal […]


COVID Information Commons: Lightning Talks (March 2022)

Guest Post:  Kenia Pujols Keywords: Pandemic, virtual reality, health, data science, mandates, government, collaboration, diagnostics, depression, social isolation, learning, COVID-19. A recording of this event is available on the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub’s YouTube Channel and the COVID Information Commons website at covidinfocommons.net. The COVID Information Commons is an […]

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COVID Information Commons: Lightning Talks (February 2022)

Post Guest: Haleigh Stewart Four NSF-funded researchers convened on Friday, February 4th, 2022 at the COVID-19 Research Webinar Lightning Talk, marking the 17th event of the webinar series. Organized through the COVID Information Commons (CIC), the COVID-19 Research Webinar series fosters collaboration across different disciplines and provides a virtual platform […]