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We are glad you are considering a role at our innovative new school at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Faculty and staff of the School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences (CDIS) will conduct transformative research, educate leaders and critical thinkers, and create opportunities for innovation, with the goal of tackling societal issues.
Data Science is an emerging field that is roughly defined as the study, development, and application of methods that reveal new insights from data, which include numbers, text, images, graphs, sounds, code, and metadata. Many recent and ongoing campus initiatives span data literacy, data science, data analytics and related computing and design realms.
The School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences launched in September 2019 as a new division within the College of Letters & Science. It is a collaboration of three longstanding, highly regarded L&S units: the departments of Computer Sciences and Statistics and the Information School (iSchool).
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