FACULTY & STAFF OPPORTUNITIES
Empowering Our AUC Innovators
2021 Mini-Grant Program
The AUC Data Science Initiative invites Affiliates to apply for mini-grants to stimulate data science-related research and curriculum development productivity. If you are not an affiliate, please inquire with AUC DSI. The mini-grants aim to strengthen research and inform teaching.
The Mini-Grants Program has four tracks:
Track 1: Curriculum Development
Track 2: Research Development
Track 3: Summer Program Development
Track 4: Academic Year Development
Tracks 1-3 are currently closed for new applicants.
Track 4 deadline: July 1st
Download Guideline: Mini-Grant_Guideline.PDF
Current 2021 Awardees: Mini-Grants_Program_Awardees.PDF
Discover our Affiliate Program
The Atlanta University Center Data Science Initiative (AUC DSI) Affiliate Program supports AUC faculty and staff who are actively engaged in advancing data science research or data science teaching.
Discover the unparalleled benefits of becoming an Affiliate today!
Download Affiliate Guide: Affiliate_Program.PDF
Travel and Training
The Travel and Training Support Program aims to increase the participation and engagement of AUC students, faculty, and staff in data science. Support for virtual conferences may be included. Click below for more information.
The AUC Data Science Initiative has allocated funds to work collaboratively with our AUC member institutions to recruit and hire faculty who have expertise in data science or data science-related fields. These funds are intended primarily to assist with the hiring of data science faculty at an AUC member institution and augment not supplant existing support for faculty recruitment and hiring.
2021 Virtual Summer Workshops
We invite AUC faculty, staff, and graduate students to participate in interactive, virtual data science workshops. Topics are chosen to upskill and expand knowledge in various areas of data science, coding, data manipulation, machine learning, AI, and analytics.
This year we are offering six (6) exciting workshops designed to provide a wealth of challenging skill development.
Learning and Research Communities
The deadline for applications to fund Fall LRC is June 1st. To view our current LRC members and topics, Click Here to visit the LRC page. To learn more, see below!
We offer AUC faculty, staff, and graduate students the opportunity for peer-led, cohort-based groups to engage on a particular topic in data science or a data science-related field. The Learning and Research Communities (LRC) experience intends to enhance each participant’s knowledge and expertise in data science in a structured learning community that aims to enhance teaching and production of scholarship.
“Data analytics has become the vital skill for business students in today’s environment. Recruiters emphasize it constantly, and we are hearing from our alumni and interns returning from the summer that they need to strengthen these skills. It does not matter which area of business you plan to enter; you need to know how to understand and analyze data.”