Apply by Jan 10! Data Literacy Training
Applications for the DART Fellowship close on January 10! See info below and reach out if you have questions.
**Please excuse cross posting**
Announcing the Data Analytics Research Training Fellowship
The DART Fellowship is a cohort training and development program, including a two-day hands-on training at The University of Texas at Arlington followed by 5 online modules, providing a guided pathway for information professionals to acquire data literacy skills using common methodologies applied toward public health efforts. Throughout the program, the cohort will work collaboratively with guiding researchers – professionals currently engaged in the work the participants are learning – in order to complete a component of a research project.
There is no charge for participating in the program; in addition, travel and accommodations are covered for all participants & guides.
Priority goes to those (1) working in the South Central Region, (2) working with underserved or vulnerable populations, and (3) able to describe how these skills will be put to use in their work.
You can find more information here.
We will begin accepting applications on December 1st.
Interested in serving as a research guide? We are recruiting a guide with research experience. Travel is funded, and guides are compensated $750 for their role. If interested, email your CV, information about the type(s) of research you perform, and the analysis tools you use to firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>.
Have questions about the fellowship? Email dataCAVE@uta.edu.
Peace Ossom-Williamson, MLS, MS, AHIP Director of Research Data Services, UTA Libraries Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Health, College of Nursing & Health Innovation
The University of Texas at Arlington
A Carnegie-designated R1 public research university