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If you're interested and available please put your name down -- even if you see other names already on the list. It's always good to have backups and alternates.
Read about how instructors get placed at workshops in this blog post:
https://software-carpentry.org/blog/2018/01/assign-instructors.html

If you are not a certified instructor but want to join as a helper, please just make a note in your comments. Note travel is not covered for helpers.

** Note this document is only for workshops organized by Software Carpentry or Data Carpentry staff/admins. Any other postings will be removed.
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Don't post questions here - email team@carpentries.org
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Link to additional info - staff only
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Host Site:University of California Merced
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Location: Merced, CA
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Workshop type/content:DC - Social Sciences - R
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About the learners:Graduate students with maybe a few postdocs. Goals primarily to develop a better understanding of R for use on dissertations, other projects, et cetera.
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DatesJanuary 7-20th, 2019
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NameEmailLocationComments (Please indicate date preferences or constraints)
Completed ONbarding
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Melissa Komesako@stanford.eduStanford, CACan teach R though I am new to the social sciences curriculum, available 1/11-1/13
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Scott Petersonspeterso@berkeley.eduOakland, CACan teach Data Organization and Data Cleaning with OpenRefine, but I am not as familiar with R. Can't do 1/17 or 1/18Y
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Dana Millerdana_miller@berkeley.eduOakland, CACan teach R and use RMarkdown for document writing, haven't taught social science curriculum. Can teach git with RStudio. Y
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Aleksandra Taranovataranov@ucdavis.eduSan Francisco, CAcan teach R and openrefine, have taught the social science curriculum beforey, certified instructor
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Host Site:Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS), University of California Berkeley
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Location: Berkeley , CA
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Workshop type/content:SWC - (Shell, Git, R)
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About the learners:Approximately 18 graduate students from a National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) interdisciplinary graduate training program at UC Berkeley, and approximately 22 others from the BIDS/larger graduate student community at Berkeley. Most learners have basic to intermediate programming/data manipulation skills, although some will have little to no exposure to any of the topics.
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DatesJanuary 17,18
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Other notesPrioritizing local instructors
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Jacob Koehlerkoehlerj@newschool.eduNew York, NYHappy to teach any Shell, Git, R; experience teacher and carpentries instructor
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Melissa Komesako@stanford.eduStanford, CAMostly able to teach Git and especially R, likely only available on the Friday
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Mathias Wagner Barloese Mathias@barlose.dkAarhus, DenmarkPhD in economics happy to each git, R and python
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Varda Faghir Haghvardahagh@uchicago.eduEugene, ORI've taught a few SWC workshops before. I can teach any of the materials and would be especially happy to teach Shell and Git if someone else wants to teach R. This would be a good networking opportunity for me since I'm a physics PhD who wants to go into Data Sceience research.
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Bwihangane Birindwaadjibir@yahoo.frDRCongo, South KivuPhD in Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics. I teach shell, R, python
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David Yakobovitchdavid@yakobovitch.comNew York, NYPython, R, Git; Data Science; Deep Learning; AI; Cmputer Vision; Taught at GA. Lead Data Scientist at Galvanize. Course leader at Emeritus. And Galvanize is partners with Berkeley Business school.
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Andrew Sanchezinbox.asanchez@gmail.comFlagstaff, ArizonaPython, shell and git. As a first time instructor, I'd be happy to serve as an assistant.
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Lori LingLoriling@stanford.eduSan Francisco, CAExperienced instructor for R (3 workshop), Shell (2) , and Git (1)
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Andrew Latimeramlatimer@ucdavis.eduDavis, CAPretty novice -- taught parts of R part of Shell/Git/R workshop, helped with shell and git. Generally experienced R teacher, can help competently with shell and git but probably shouldn't lead. Could also possibly just help for 1 day.
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Host Site:Miami University
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Location: Oxford, OH
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Workshop type/content:DC - Ecology
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About the learners:We are looking to bring in a Data Carpentry workshop primarily for our students in the Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, and Microbiology departments. This would be a mix of new undergraduate students and graduate student researchers.
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Dates
Februray 7-28 (2 Consecutive days)
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Host Site:University of Washington
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Location: Seattle, WA
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Workshop type/content:SWC (shell, git, Python)
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About the learners:the majority of learners will be at the intermediate level with respect to Python, and probably beginner/intermediate at Git/GitHub. This particular community tends to have more of a matlab focus.
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DatesFebruary 7-8, 2019
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TJ Nguyennguyentj@msu.eduEast Lansing
I am a new instructor, undergraduate student in computer engineering. Python, github, and shell.
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Srihari Sundarsriharis@umich.eduAnn Arbor, MICan teach shell,git and python.
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Jacob Fosso Tandejacob.fosso.tande@colby.eduWaterville, ME
I am a new instructor with good mastery of Python, Git and Shell. I have experience and still teach
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Mathias Wagner Barloese Mathias@barlose.dkAarhus, DenmarkPhD in economics happy to each git, R and python
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Sheldon McKaysheldon.mckay@regeneron.comNYExperienced instructor. Can teach shell, python, git
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Ryan Averyravery@ucsb.eduSanta Barbara, CAExperienced with shell, git, python. Also some experience with matlab
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Cesar Ariasca2783@columbia.eduNYExperienced in teaching Software Carpentries curriculum having taught Unix Shell, Python and Git
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Devasena Inupakutikadevasena.prasad@gmail.comSan Antonio, TXExperienced in teaching SWC workshops. PhD in Electrical Engg. Can teach Shell, Python and Git
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Bwihangane Birindwaadjibir@yahoo.frDRCongo, South KivuI'm a new qualified instructor, postdoc-scientist. I teach R, Shell and Python
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Arthur Endsleyendsley@umich.eduAnn Arbor, MIPython, Shell, SQL
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Host Site:Claremont McKenna College
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Location: Claremont, CA
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Workshop type/content:SWC (git, shell, Python)
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About the learners:Anticipated audience: mainly undergraduate students and faculty in Econ, Psychology, Mathematics, and Social Science.
Experience in programming and data manipulation is minimal. Most audience would have no experience in Linux shell and git. Some of the audience are exposed to Python, but not computer programmers. No experience in R.
Goals: Help the audience start using and keep using git, Python, and R for their data analysis and any computational needs for their study.
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DatesFebruary 13-14, 2019
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Timothy Warrentimlwarren@gmail.comPortland, ORExperienced teaching shell, git, Python. Teaching SWC workshop aimed at undergrads in Jan 2019. Postdoc in neuroscience
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TJ Nguyennguyentj@msu.eduEast Lansing, MI
I am a new instructor, undergraduate student in computer engineering. Python, github, and shell.
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Jacob Koehlerkoehlerj@newschool.eduNew York, NY
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Justin Shawwyojustin@gmail.comReston, VAExperienced Python instructor, first time Carpentries instructor. Can also do git and shell.
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Dhavide Aruliahdhavide@gmail.com
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Seasoned instructor (Python, shell, git). I know Vancouver is not "within US," but the cost should be the same as travel from Washington state (and less than from, say, Hawaii or Alaska!)
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Jacob Fosso Tandejacob.fosso.tande@colby.eduWaterville, MEI am a new instructor with good mastery of Python, Git and Shell. I have experience mentoring as well as teaching undergraduate students. I do enjoy collaborative teaching.
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