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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 The Carpentries 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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Workshop details
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Host Site:Center for Data and Computing, University of Chicago
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Location: ONLINE
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Workshop TypeONLINE
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Workshop Content
Software Carpentry (Shell, Git, Plotting and Programming Python) and Using Databases and SQL
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About the learners:The Center for Data and Computing at the University of Chicago runs an annual ​Data and Computing Summer Lab​ summer research program for high school and undergraduate students. Through the program, admitted students are paired with a faculty member and immersed in a data science research project for 10 weeks over the summer. Students are given the title “research assistant”, and awarded a stipend in support of their educational growth through the program. The central goal of the program is to provide students with data science research experience in a variety of applied domain areas (e.g. physics, scientific computing, archaeology, public policy, AI/ML, security and privacy, internet and communications, and more). The program does not require previous research experience, nor curricular experience in computer or data science (although students admitted to the program typically have familiarity with at least one programming language and basic computational skills that allow them to engage in and contribute to data science research).
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DatesJune 23-26
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Time9:00 am - 1:00 pm CST
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Other notes2 Concurrent Workshops
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NameEmailLocationExperienced Instructor or
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Elnaz Amanzadehelibio449@gmail.comIranSupporting Instructor
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Sourav Singhssouravsingh12@gmail.comIndiaExperienced Instructor
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Jacob Deppenjdeppen@uw.eduSeattle, USASupporting instructor
experience as a learner and helper; multi-disciplinary background and extensive experience working with undergraduate researchers
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Jacob Koehlerkoehlerj@newschool.eduNew York, NYExperienced InstructorWould be very excited to work with high schoolers and undergrads in a workshop!
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Host Site:Genentech
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Location: ONLINE
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Workshop TypeONLINE
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Workshop ContentData Carpentry (Ecology with R)
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About the learners:Our training program is aimed at bench scientists to help them become comfortable with using computational tools to analyze their data.
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DatesWeek 1 Wed-Fri (7/8-7/10) AND Week 2 Mon,Wed,Fri (7/13, 7/15, 7/17)
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TimeTBD
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Other notesThis workshop will take place over 2 weeks with 2 hours being taught per day
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Eve Bohnettevebohnett@ufl.eduGainesville, FLexperienced instructor
Taught ~10 workshops, including one zoom workshop recently. PhD student in Landscape Architecture focusing on statistical ecology
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Sichong Pengscpeng@ucdavis.eduCAFirst time instructor
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Chandra Sarkar csarkar@nevada.unr.eduReno, NVSupporting instructor
Graduate student of Molecular biosciences and certified DC instructor. A Bioinformatician and have experience as an assistant for two DC based workshops.
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Lorraine lingLoriling@stanford.eduStanford, CAExperienced instructorWas the co-instructor for the cancelled March 10 workshop
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Rachel Lombardirllombardi@ucdavis.eduBattle Creek, MIFirst time instructor
Lorraine and I were the co-instructers for the cancelled March 10th Ecology R workshop. I recently was a helper for with the first centrally organized online workshop, so I have experinece with carpentries workshops over zoom.
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Akshay Paropkariparopkari.1@gmail.comBay Area, CASupporting instructor / HelperI have previously taught online SWC workshop at Genentech with Rachel L. I am happy to be a helper.
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Host Site:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Northeast Fisheries Science Center
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Location: Narragansett, Rhode Island
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Workshop TypeONLINE
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Workshop ContentData Carpentry (Ecology with R)
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About the learners:Our group is comprised of a variety of individuals who are familiar with data analysis but interested in learning more about R. Many folks currently interact with a Oracle database via SQL and perform analyses in a variety of formats (some folks are using Excel/Sheets others are using SAS or a little R). Specific topics of interest would be data handling/manipulation, visualization of results, as limited programing could be useful. I think there are a range of skill levels, but keeping something accessible to folks new to R would be the best way to go.
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DatesJuly 13-17th
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Time9AM - 1PM EST
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Other notesHost would like for July 13th to be a day of troubleshooting. Potentially from 9-11am EST. T-F will be actual workshop teaching from 9am-1pm EST
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Sourav Singhssouravsingh12@gmail.comIndiaExperienced Instructor
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P Sasip.sasi.swc@gmail.comUSASupporting Instructor
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Erin Robertserin_roberts@uri.eduRI, USAExperienced instructor
I'm a URI PhD candidate who co-instructed a University of Rhode Island two-day workshop teaching intro R with the Ecology curriculum to a large group (~25 people) of incoming graduate student Biology TA's and current URI administration employees eager to switch from SQL and Excel to R. Students had little to no experience in R. I'd be very excited to teach again to a range of skill levels and learn to adapt to an online platform.
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Rachel Lombardirllombardi@ucdavis.eduMichigan, USAHelperI would like to be a helper for this workshop or for the other USDA workshop.
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Chandra Sarkar csarkar@nevada.unr.eduReno, NVSupporting instructor
Graduate student of Molecular biosciences and certified DC instructor. A Bioinformatician and have experience as an assistant for two DC based workshops.
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Host Site:United States Department of Agriculture
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Location: ONLINE
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Workshop TypeONLINE
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Workshop ContentSoftware Carpentry (Shell, Git, Plotting and Programming in Python)
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About the learners:

The audience will be mostly USDA ARS scientists and possibly some scientific collaborators from Universities. Experience will range from coding beginners to intermediate level coders who want to learn a new language, but most will likely be on the novice side of coding. Goals are to help our scientists be more comfortable at the command line, introduce them to Git, and start them on the path to building their coding skills so that they can better utilize the USDA computing resources available to them for their research.
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DatesJuly 14-15
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Elnaz Amanzadehelibio449@gmail.comIran
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Chandra Sarkar csarkar@nevada.unr.eduReno, NVSupporting instructor
Graduate student of Molecular biosciences and certified DC instructor. A Bioinformatician and have experience as an assistant for two DC based workshops.
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Host Site:United States Department of Agriculture
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Location: ONLINE
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