Women in Data Science Conference

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The Women in Data Science Conference
Museum of Science
Boston, MA
January 19th
11:30am to 7:00pm

The Women in Data Science Conference is free to attend and open to all
Conference registration includes a day pass at the Museum of Science, so come early to enjoy the exhibits!

Keynote from Megan Price, Director of Human Rights Data Analysis Group
The Women in Data Science Conference, a partnership of Mount Holyoke College, Smith College, and MassMutual, shines a spotlight on the leading work of women in data science across research, education, and industry domains. This event recognizes, celebrates, and advocates for the advancement of women within the data science disciplines and highlights the significant impact that this work has on our communities, our schools, and our world.

Meet, engage, discuss, and learn the latest about what's going on in business, education, and research from women leading, working, and teaching in the field of data science.

Join us at what is sure to be an engaging and FUN event!

In 2015, MassMutual launched an official partnership and sponsorship with two local women’s colleges, Mt. Holyoke and Smith College in an effort to create a strong pipeline of qualified women professionals in the rapidly growing field of data science and related subjects. Mount Holyoke College and Smith College are both established leaders in educating women and with MassMutual have piloted a groundbreaking, higher education initiative: the MassMutual Women in Data Science program.

The Women in Data Science Conference was borne out of that partnership with MassMutual Financial Group, Smith College, and Mt. Holyoke College, and these institutions’ continued promotion of science and mathematics, and investment in applications of data science for business, health, education, and society. This conference is a celebration of the work of women in data science within academia, research, business, technology, and policy.

The Women in Data Science Conference recognizes the past, present, and future contributions of women in science and data science in particular, and celebrates the partnerships between business and academia that have encouraged the acceleration of women in science in our local communities and beyond.