Events

Conversations in Data Science in Human Behavior

Webinars, Conversations & Assistance

The Psychology master’s program is proud to present a series of webinars to engage meaningful discussions in the behavioral data science community. In addition to program overview webinars, the series also includes Faculty Fridays, which is a monthly opportunity to have a virtual conversation with a faculty member and program manager.  In November, the series we will host an innovation webinar that will bring in non-academic partners to discuss the types of real-world behavioral data science problems that are faced in industry, non-profits and government agencies. Don’t miss our faculty spotlight panel in December where you will hear from faculty about their views on current topics in behavioral data science.

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Application Assistance Webinar

December 1st                   12:30-1pm 

Pat Walsh Join Enrollment Coach, Pat Walsh and learn strategies to make your master’s in Psychology: Data Science in Human Behavior application stand out.

 

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Faculty Panel Spotlight Webinar

December 9th                      10-11am 

Join a panel of Data Science and Human Behavior faculty to hear about their expertise in this field, perspectives on this new program, and what you will learn in this program. This faculty spotlight panel will include (alphabetical order): John Curtin (teaching Applied Machine Learning for Behavioral Data Science), Gary Lupyan (teaching Programming for Human Behavioral Data Science), Karen Schloss (teaching elective: Information Visualization) and Emily Ward (teaching elective: Visual Perception & Cognition).

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Dec 10th 1-2pm CST

Faculty Friday 

Markus Brauer

Markus will be teaching Design and Analysis of Psychological Experiments (stats) courses. His research focuses on group and inter-group processes such as social power, intergroup perception, and civil courage.

During this time, anyone can visit the Zoom room to share conversations and ask questions. Feel Free to come late or leave early.

We look forward to meeting you!

Program Overview Webinar

January 19th                   4-4:30pm

Program Director, Tim Rogers

Tim Rogers

Interested in using data science tools to solve applied problems related to how humans act? Join us for an informational session that will cover what makes our program different, program timeline, course outline, and admissions expectations. We will also have plenty of time for your questions.

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Faculty Friday 

Join us Jan 31st 1-2pm CST

Join the UW-Madison Data Science in Human Behavior Master’s Program Faculty for an open office hour, monthly on Fridays from 1-2pm CST.

During this time, anyone can visit the Zoom room to share conversations and ask questions. Feel Free to come late or leave early.

We look forward to meeting you!

Social Impact Webinar

February 9th    

Join a conversation with a practitioner in the field about the social impact folks with expertise in Data Science and Human Behavior can potentially make.

Data Science in Human Behavior Conversation Library

Below you will find recordings of our previous webinars to peruse at your leisure! Let us know if you have any additional questions.

Join us on 11/17 at 4pm click to register

Miss this event? No problem!

In this video you will gain a sense of the various ways that data science gets employed in industry, government, and non-profit organizations.

Hear from experts in the field about:

  • kinds of data they work with
  • projects that data analysts at their organization might work on
  • skills that make a good candidate for future work in their field

Don’t miss the advice where the experts answer this question:

What is the biggest change you have seen from 5 years ago to now and what do you expect to be the biggest change in the next 5 years?

Do you have a quick 10 mins?

Check out our Program Overview to learn:

  • What is Data Science?
  • Why should you care?
  • What makes our program different?