Feed the Pack Food Drive

During summer bootcamp, MSA students, faculty, and staff donated $369 and 244 pounds of resources to Feed the Pack Food Pantry at NC State. The orange and blue cohorts competed to donate the most during the final two weeks of the summer bootcamp racing toward the incentive of a casual Continue reading Feed the Pack Food Drive

Thanksgiving Food Drive

It is no surprise that when you get a group of highly intelligent students together, most tasks turn into a competition. And for a group of aspiring data scientists, that competition comes down to numbers! This month, our Blue and Orange cohorts competed against one another to donate as many Continue reading Thanksgiving Food Drive

Annual School Supplies Drive Class of 2019

IAA’s Annual School Supplies Drive On average, teachers spend $500 each school year for supplies for their students.  In order to help decrease this amount locally, the students at the Institute for Advanced Analytics organized a supplies drive for Centennial Campus Middle School (CCMS). Eight students from the class of Continue reading Annual School Supplies Drive Class of 2019

Datalines: An Interview with Maia Majumder

“Novel data streams allow us to see what’s happening in areas where traditional disease surveillance is weak. As internet penetration around the world improves, we are getting better signal in more places.” Maia Majumder is a computational epidemiology research fellow at HealthMap and a PhD candidate at MIT. In our Continue reading Datalines: An Interview with Maia Majumder

3 Students Compete at The Data Open

On February 3, 2018, three IAA students participated in The Data Open hosted by Correlation One and Citadel at Duke University. The three students – Alex Christian, Nikhil Prasad, and Emily Hadley – were among 96 students chosen from over 400 applicants who completed a rigorous placement test. They teamed up Continue reading 3 Students Compete at The Data Open