Center for Data Science and Public Policy

Creating computational and data-driven solutions to large-scale social problems

A collaboration between the Harris School of Public Policy and the Computation Institute, the Center for Data Science and Public Policy brings together data science and public policy experts. Its mission is to conduct research and create computational and data-driven solutions to large-scale social problems in areas such as healthcare, education, sustainability, and community development.

The Center's goals include:

  • Creating Educational and Training Programs for students as well as professionals who are in government and non-profit organizations
  • Conducting collaborative research with Government and Non-Profit partners
  • Developing reusable software tools that can be used and extended by Government and Non-Profit organizations.

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