The DART Fellowship is a cohort training and development program, including a two-day hands-on training at The University of Texas at Arlington followed by 5 online modules, providing a guided pathway for information professionals to acquire data literacy skills using common methodologies applied toward public health efforts. Throughout the program, the cohort will work collaboratively with guiding researchers – professionals currently engaged in the work the participants are learning – in order to complete a component of a research project.
There is no charge for participating in the program; in addition, travel scholarships are included with acceptance for all participants & guides.
Here, you can find more information on the DART Fellowship.
They will begin accepting applications on December 1st. Please note though, priority will be given to those candidates that live and work in the South Central Region (SCR) of the USA. Good luck!!!
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