TDA co-sponsorship apps due Jan. 31

TDA@OhioState has allocated a limited amount of funding annually for internal sponsorship. “Internal sponsorship” means support provided to Ohio State student organizations, departments, colleges, centers, and service units for events that align with TDA’s mission and goals of  advancing the data analytics community of Ohio State.

Events must be transdisciplinary in nature and take place on Ohio State’s campus. Examples of events that might be co-sponsored include conferences and symposia, data workshops for faculty, or data-focused technical challenges for students. Co-sponsorship will not include support for primary research.

Applicants should review the Sponsorship Guidelines prior to completing a formal application. Requests will be considered for events taking place within one year of application. Applications are due biannually on Jan. 31 and Aug. 31 and will be reviewed shortly thereafter. All applications should be emailed directly to tda@osu.edu.

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