Basically, we’re hoping you can bring a friend with you when you sign up to participate! You and the person you bring along can be work colleagues, fellow students, or personal friends. You do not need to have experience being in a remote meeting together. You will only need to submit one form for you and your friend.
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- Resolving Major City Traffic Using Automated Train Route Optimization
- Rough Rice Prediction (predicting price of rice)
- SpamBack: Spam detection for social media
- Fixing Form: Using pose estimation to minimize injury from the big three movements
- House Price Prediction in Python Using Machine Learning
- Race and Recidivism: Can Racial Bias Be Removed From Criminal Justice Risk Assessment Tools?
- How to prevent people from over-spending using a machine learning model
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Data Science Undergraduate Student Affairs will be hosting our New Student Orientation on Wednesday, September 21 in the SDSC Auditorium.
With a cohort of incoming freshmen as well as transfer students, we will be hosting the Freshman Orientation in the morning and the Transfer Orientation in the afternoon. Both Orientations will feature a welcome message from Dr. Rajesh Gupta, presentations from Faculty/Student Affairs, Career Services, Industry Relations, and the Data Science Librarian. Following the presentation, Student Organizations and all presenters will break out into tabling sessions. This portion of the event will allow students an opportunity to ask questions in smaller groups.
If you are interested in attending, please fill out this brief RSVP form: https://forms.gle/quqrAwHT8phsEqHz7
You can find more detailed schedule information on the form.
Please RSVP no later than Friday, September 9 at 11:59 PM PST.We welcome you to come and meet our incoming students during either or both Orientation sessions. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you all for your continued support!