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Thursday, December 4

WiSE Software Carpentry Workshop for UM Researchers

Hi everyone,

Have you noticed that you have more data today than you did a year or 5 years ago? Think you will have more in 10 years? 

Meghan Duffy (EEB) and I have organized a two day workshop on January 5 and 6th for women who are interested in developing or strengthening their programming and data analysis skills. This hand-on, example-driven workshop will be offered by trained instructors who are part of an amazing organization called the Software Carpentry Workshop. You can learn more about this organization and their workshops at http://software-carpentry.org/workshops/. The workshop will cover tools like the bash shell, git, SQL, and R. Through generous support from various groups on campus including ADVANCE, Rackham, and the Med School the workshop will be free. Meghan (duffymeg@umich.edu) and I (pschloss@umich.edu) are happy to answer any questions. If you are interested, please register on the Eventbrite site:

Feel free to distribute to any women (undergrad to faculty) that you think might be interested.

Pat Schloss
Department of Microbiology & Immunology
University of Michigan
1520A Medical Science Research Bldg. I
1150 West Medical Center Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0620
734.647.5801 (office)
734.936.2951 (lab)
734.764.3562 (fax)
Twitter: @PatSchloss