Submissions open for Midwest Big Data Hub Community Development and Engagement funding opportunities

Community Development and Engagement opportunities

 Proposals due by: July 24, 2020 

Submissions are now open for our Community Development and Engagement funding opportunities! Partner with us to build a vibrant data science community in the Midwest.
We invite proposals for collaborative activities that will further develop the MBDH community in at least one of the Hub’s five Priority Areas and / or one of the Hub’s cross-cutting theme areas of Data Science Education and Cyberinfrastructure:

  • Water Quality
  • Smart, Connected, and Resilient Communities
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Health and Biomedicine
  • Digital Agriculture

We particularly encourage activities that bring together partners from academia, industry, government, and NGOs / not-for-profit organizations, and that introduce new partners to data science, including historically underrepresented groups.

Learn more on our website
Join the informational webinar on June 30 at 2pm CT

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