Computational Instructional Community Info-Session & Social
Carpentries Community Info-Session & Social
UW-Madison's Carpentries Community organizes computational workshops year-round to help students, staff, and faculty learn essential computational skills including programming, database management, data visualization, version control, machine learning, and more.
The Carpentries is seeking new members to bring additional diversity and expertise into its instructional community. Among other benefits, members have opportunities to advance their technical and teaching skills by attending computational workshops and participating in an optional instructor training program. If you are a member of the community or are interested in learning more about how you can get involved in instructing or helping at a workshop, we welcome you to attend our upcoming social taking place in the Orchard View Room (rm. 3280), Discovery Building on Wed., Feb. 1st, 5-6 PM. To get to the third floor, take the elevator that is located next to the Aldo’s Cafe kitchen (see photo). The info-session portion of the event will also be streamed via Zoom for those who cannot attend in-person: https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/99383173155?pwd=UEVWMEc0cHZoc1k0Q3hvcHg4UXNuZz09
If interested, please fill out the Community Social RSVP form.
If you have any questions about the community, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.