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

Datalines: An Interview with Polly Mitchell-Guthrie

“When you have a skill and ability to do things with data that most of your stakeholders are not going to understand, it gives you a significant responsibility to make sure that you do so in a way that is ethical.” -Polly Mitchell-Guthrie Charlie: Please provide an overview of your Continue reading Datalines: An Interview with Polly Mitchell-Guthrie

Datalines: An interview with Elaine McVey

“Thinking about how we collect data, how we use data, and how it affects people is part of the obligation of being in data science.” – Elaine McVey This is the first interview in a series called Datalines that explores data science careers in the social sector. The idea for Continue reading Datalines: An interview with Elaine McVey

Women in Analytics Panel and Launching the MSA Book Club

Six women in analytics and technology shared their experiences and advice for navigating the workplace for women and men. Pictured from left to right: Sarah Glova Marina Burke Marina Akushevich Sneha Raghavan (moderator) Hiwot Tesfaye Salma Ibrahim Oct 19, the Institute for Advanced Analytics held a Women in Analytics Panel. We Continue reading Women in Analytics Panel and Launching the MSA Book Club

Women at the Institute

I came to this program after a decade of calling myself an economist. Even in the last year and a half when that hasn’t been my job title, I’ve clung to it on the grounds that economics shapes much of how I understand the world and work within it. That Continue reading Women at the Institute