Data Science White Papers Posted
NASPAA is delighted to announce the winners of the competition, generously supported by Schmidt Futures and the Overdeck Family Foundation, to write White Papers on a Data Science Curriculum for Public Service.
Almost 30 proposals were submitted from organizations across the country and world, and many innovative and creative ideas were explored. The team selected to address the question of "What are the elements of successful approaches for establishing and maintaining a secure facility to access confidential government data?" was from:
Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University: authors Maggie Reeves and Robert McMillan
There were two teams selected to address the question of "What are the elements of successful curricula or pedagogical models that both develop capacity to solve public policy problems and leave explicit space for local experimentation and modification?" They were: