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ISEA: An IES-funded Education Data Science Training Program
UW College of Education, UW eScience Institute, U of Oregon are organizing an educational data science training program, funded by a grant from the Institute of Educational Sciences under the U.S. Department of Education. 

The application is now open. 

The application timeline is as follows:
  • August 15, 2023:         Application opens
  • October 7, 2023:         Application closes
  • October 28, 2023:       Interview notifications
November 27, 2023:   Final application decision notifications

For additional questions, please contact Lovenoor Aulck (laulck@uw.edu) and Min Sun (misun@uw.edu).
Position: ISEA: An IES-funded Education Data Science Training Program
Organization: University of Washington Seattle
Location: SEATTLE,  WA 
United States
Posting Start Date: 8/28/2023
Date Posted: 8/28/2023
ISEA seeks to advance computational and analytic capacity in K-12 education. The program will recruit a cohort of 15-20 fellows each year with the goal of developing a new pool of talented individuals who have integrated expertise across engineering, statistics, and K-12 education. ISEA is designed as a targeted training program that emphasizes state-of-the-art data analytics informed by education domain knowledge, computational workflows, immediate applications, and career advising. 
The program is recruiting education researchers, school district data analysts, and education technology industry employees who have some background in statistics. Graduate students, post-doctoral students, early career researchers and assistant professors who are interested in deepening their knowledge of engineering and machine learning, specifically for education data science, are encouraged to apply. District and state data scientists as well as EdTech professionals who would like to shapen their skills or integrate educational domain knowledge in their work are also encouraged to apply.
To be eligible for the training program, fellows must:
  • Be a US citizen or permanent resident
  • Have obtained a bachelor's degree by September 2023
  • Have at least some familiarity with statistics and computational software
  • Have a strong interest in educational data science
  • Maintain a commitment to collaboration and educational equity
Status: This listing expires on: 11/26/2023
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Organization Information
University of Washington Seattle
2012 Skagit Lane
M215 Miller Hall (Box 353600)
SEATTLE,  WA 98195
United States
(206) 221-1625
Min Sun