rstudio::conf(2020) diversity scholarships
for details. Applications close Sept 30.
What company or university are you most closely affiliated with? Feel free to leave blank.
What country do you live in?
e.g. student, postdoc, data scientist, ...
Provide up to three urls about you (e.g. your github, twitter, blog, resume). You can refer to them in your answers below.
How will rstudio::conf() help you?
You will learn the most if you already have some experience with R, so make sure to tell us about the projects you have already worked on, as well as your plans for the future. Tell us about existing public artifacts like shiny apps, packages, or papers, by including them in the urls above. (<200 words)
How will you use what you learn to help others?
We want to fund people who will have a multiplier effect in their communities. Your answer will be most compelling if you provide examples of how you are already helping others, for example you have spoken at or organized a meetup, you’re writing a blog, answering questions on RStudio community or StackOverflow, or teaching/assisting with a university course.
Which of the following communities are you a member of?
These represent communities that we see as currently under-represented at rstudio::conf()
Women and minority genders
People of color
Resident of South America, Central America, or Mexico
Did you receive a scholarship to attend useR or rstudio::conf in 2018 or 2019?
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I certify that the information shared in this application is both true and accurate. I further attest that any content submitted as part of this application (writing, social media posts, data products, etc) are of my own creation and ownership
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