Tyler James Frazier

Spring Colloquium: Global Human Development & Data Science

On April 24th, 26th and 27th, from 4:00 to 5:30 PM the COLL150 course Human Development & Data Science presented the results from their semester long investigation into the dimensions of global human development. Over the course of the semester each freshman student researched a single human development topic and coupled it with an appropriate data science method. This Colloquium on Human Development & Data Science gave each student an opportunity to present their work individually, as well as within the context of their group. Following is a recording of the three day Colloquium that was held in the Board of Visitors Room. An accompanying journal is forthcoming.

Monday, April 24th

4:00 to 4:45PM: Rethinking Human Development: How Can We Elevate the Human Condition?

Luke Pascual, Nic LaGamma, Cameron How, Brandon Raquet & David Wisdom

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4:45 to 5:30PM: The Role of Infrastructure and Technology in Advancing Human Development

Liz Weech, Michael Chene, Cedar Ren, Eric Osinski & Michael Giovanniello

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Wednesday, April 26th

4:00 to 4:45PM: Human Development and Health Transitions

Jack Shangraw, Rosie Cheng, Gabby Runge, Neil Finnegan & Emily Jones

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4:45 to 5:30PM: Human Trafficking and Gender Inequality’s Role in Impoverished and Developing Regions

Maggie McCarty, Ashlynn Sommers, Isaac Levy & Evan Pakshong

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Thursday, April 27th

4:00 to 4:45PM: An Informal World: Informality and Crime

Audrey Way, Ivy Johnson, Gustavo Marsillac, Suhita Roy, Michelle Youn, James Crafford

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4:45 to 5:30PM: Regional Focuses on Economic Development and the Environment

Jake Kisch, Conner Lynch, Lila Swezda, Toly Osgood, Nic Yabar, Peter Sanderson

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