Now Accepting Applications: DS Minor Teaching Fellowship for graduate students
Are you a graduate student with a passion for data science and a talent for teaching? The Undergraduate Data Science Minor program is excited to offer an exceptional opportunity this year: in addition to our standard two teaching fellowships, we’re delighted to introduce a brand-new position offering support for DS Minor courses in Python! These fellowship roles are designed specifically for graduate students, welcoming applications from every academic discipline.
Whether you’re studying history, psychology, engineering, or business, if you’re adept at navigating the world of R, Python, machine learning, and data science, we invite you to apply. Our goal is to foster a diverse, interdisciplinary environment that enhances learning and innovation. Your field of study doesn’t limit your potential to excel in these positions – it’s all about your proficiency in the relevant data science skills and an interest in teaching.
These fellowships present an incredible opportunity for graduate students to exercise your data science skills, make a tangible impact on undergraduate education, and pave the way for their future careers. To learn more about the positions – including responsibilities, and compensation – and apply, visit the application for those with backgrounds in R, statistics, and data science or the application for those with backgrounds in Python and machine learning. Applications close July 31st – we look forward to receiving your application!
Let’s revolutionize data science education together!