The Data Science Institute thanks its supporters.
Building a community around data science takes vision, commitment, energy and resources from many different sources. We thank all of our partners for their continued support.
We thank the following academic colleges for their support of the Data Science Institute, primarily in the form of sponsorship for the Data Science Fellows and Data Science Ambassador programs.
- College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS)
- College of Education
- College of Humanities
- College of Medicine - Tucson
- College of Science
- College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
- Graduate College
- University of Arizona Health Sciences
- University Libraries
We thank the following institutes, centers, laboratories and programs for sponsorship and/or collaborating to extend the data science community at the University of Arizona.
- BIO5 Institute
- BIO5 Statistics Consulting Laboratory
- CATalyst Studios
- Data Science Resources & Training (DSRT) group
- Hurwitz Laboratory
- UA Information Technology
- UA Research Computing
CyVerse provides a national cyber infrastructure for life science research as well as training scientists in using such high performance computing resources. Formerly the iPlant Collaborative, CyVerse provides a platform for data storage, bioinformatics tools, image analyses, and cloud services. CyVerse also allows programmatic access through multiple APIs. The CyVerse Learning Center provides valuable information for getting started using CyVerse resources. For more information, visit http://cyverse.org
UA Research Computing
UA Research Computing provides high performance/high throughput computing systems, software, and research data storage at no charge to all members of the UA campus community. In addition to consulting on high performance computing, visualization and statistical consulting are available. Space is available in the Research Colocation Data Center for server housing. For more details, visit topics at https://it.arizona.edu/research
If your unit/institute/project is not listed, please contact us. We look forward to working with all groups at the University of Arizona.