Data Dialogues Lecture Series
The Reubin O'D. Askew Department of Government presents the Data Dialogues Lecture Series.
Data Dialogues are interdisciplinary forums designed to facilitate dialogue among audiences interested in the application of data to contemporary policy. The series features UWF faculty and student research and its integration with data analytics and analysis among respective disciplines. Faculty, students, and the general public are welcomed to join the the presentations and engage in dialogue to further understand the various application among data usage.
Interested in presenting?
Faculty, staff, students, alumni, and other members of the community can present their research at Data Dialogues. If you are interesting in presenting at Data Dialogues please fill out the form below.
Past Data Dialogues
|October 20, 2017||
"Wagging the Dog: The Data Issues of a Popular Theory of War"
|March 10, 2017||
"Machine Learning for the Masses"
|January 18, 2017||
"Cultural Diversity and Economic Performance: The Role of Trust"
|November 8, 2016||“Red data, blue data, fast data, slow.
Little data, big data, grow, Grow, GROW!”
Dr. Dallas Snider, Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science
Data Dialogues November 8
|October 7, 2016||"The PollyVote Forecast for the 2016 Presidential Election”
Dr. Alfred Cuzán, Distinguished University Professor
Department of Government
Data Dialogues October 7
|April 22, 2016||"Challenges and Strategies for Data Acquisition
and Working With Big Data Sets"
Dr. Raid Amin, Distinguished University Professor
Department of Matematics and Statistics
Data Dialogues April 22
|April 15, 2016||"Utilizing Extant Data Sets from Federal and
State Sources for Educational Policy Analysis"
Dr. Jerry Johnson, Professor
Department of Teacher Education and Educational Leadership
Data Dialogues April 15
|April 8, 2016||"The Assumptions our Models Betray"
Dr. Brian Hood, Chair and Associate Professor
Department of Philosophy
Data Dialogues April 8