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Equity 2030 Chancellor’s Fellows for Predictive Analytics (Webinar)
May 12, 2021 @ 10:00 AM - 11:00 AMFree
In January 2020, Chancellor Malhotra appointed four Equity 2030 Chancellor’s Fellows from among Minnesota State faculty across the state to generate an essential knowledge base to lay the philosophical and practical groundwork for Equity 2030. Dr. Jeff Ueland’s Fellowship in Predictive Analytics was extended for a year to allow him to assist with the development of reports and tools to help ground and guide the progress Minnesota State will make toward achieving the Equity 2030 goal. During this session, Dr. Ueland will present examples of the work he has helped create during his Fellowship as well as additional recommendations he has related to data and predictive analytics to support Equity 2030.
Presenter: Dr. Jeff Ueland, Professor, Bemidji State University
Facilitator: Teri Lyn Hinds, Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives – Equity 2030, Minnesota State
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