Undergraduate students can participate in a paid data science research program next Summer at George Mason University. REU Site: Undergraduate Research in Educational Data Mining website: http://www.cs.gmu.edu/reu application deadline: February 15th, 2019 PI: Dr. Huzefa Rangwala Co-PI: Dr. Mark Snyder Field of research: Computer Science; Sub-Field: Educational Data Mining, Machine Learning, Visualization, Learning Technologies
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STAT 252 in 2018-19 Winter Session
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Stat 252 will be removed from the CSC degree program effective May, 2019.