Carrie Diaz Eaton on Community-Driven Data ScienceDeveloping a community-driven, data-driven advocacy tool needs all sorts of people
Joining the helm as cohost, Bates Professor Carrie Diaz Eaton leads this week’s exploration of how to build a data science tool, not just for local activists, but with them. We begin with how the partnership between the environmental justice leadership program Nuevas Voces and Carrie’s team of interdisciplinary math researchers first met. Then, we hear from the members of Carrie’s Research Collaboration Workshop team as they worked at a breakneck pace here at IMSI to have a completed prototype by the end of a month.
Find our transcript here: LINK
Curious to learn more? Check out these additional links:
Listen to Carrie’s first feature on Carry the Two: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/carrie-diaz-eaton-on-equity-in-policy-documents/id1629115184?i=1000567232994
Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council: https://wrwc.org/wp/
Nuevas Voces: https://wrwc.org/wp/nuevas-voces-graduation/
Submit a Research Collaboration Workshop proposal to IMSI: https://www.imsi.institute/proposals/collaboration/
Providence VECINA: https://math-data-justice-collaborative.github.io/fuertes-pvd/#1
Example similar to VECINA: https://chichives.com/
Follow Carrie Diaz Eaton: @mathprofcarrie
This episode was audio engineered by Tyler Damme.
Music by Blue Dot Sessions. Sound effect from pixabay.
The Institute for Mathematical and Statistical Innovation (IMSI) is funded by NSF grant DMS-1929348.