Inclusive Practices in Data Science Education and Research
An overview of challenges and opportunities for promotion of inclusive data science, including perspectives on diversity and equity in the field as well as practical tips for developing inclusive classrooms and research teams.
Speaker: Dr. Helen Turner
Dr. Turner is an internationally-regarded researcher in molecular immunology. As well as her position at Chaminade, she holds academic affiliations with the John A. Burns School of Medicine and Department of Microbiology at the University of Hawaii and serves on numerous scientific advisory boards. She collaborates with an extensive network of scientists nation-wide and has trained numerous graduate students for careers as biomedical investigators, science administrators and academics. Previous to her Chaminade appointment, she was an Associate Director of Research at The Queen’s Center for Biomedical Research in Honolulu.