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Antiracism and the Arts in 18th-Century London: The Life and World of Ignatius Sancho 4:00 pm
Antiracism and the Arts in 18th-Century London: The Life and World of Ignatius Sancho @ Center for Cultural Analysis, Academic Building, Room 6107
Jan 19 @ 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Antiracism and the Arts in 18th-Century London: The Life and World of Ignatius Sancho @ Center for Cultural Analysis, Academic Building, Room 6107 | New Brunswick | New Jersey | United States
Born into slavery, Ignatius Sancho (c. 1729–1780) became a butler, shopkeeper, and musician, as well as a published writer and composer. He used the arts to disrupt bias and promote antiracism. Join Rutgers scholars from across the arts and humanities to learn about Sancho’s life, work, and impact.Read More →
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Python Basics and Data Exploration 1:00 pm
Python Basics and Data Exploration @ New Brunswick
Jan 25 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
This workshop will introduce fundamental concepts such as variable assignment, data types, basic calculations, working with strings and lists, control structures (e.g., for-loops), and functions. Workshop conducted via Zoom. Register to receive the Zoom link with instructions on how to connect. Supplemental materials are available at https://libguides.rutgers.edu/datascience/python Instructor: Harshith ThonupoonuriRead More →
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R for Data Analysis: A tidyverse Approach 3:00 pm
R for Data Analysis: A tidyverse Approach @ New Brunswick
Jan 26 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
This session introduces the R statistical software environment, basic methods of data analysis, and the “tidyverse.” While R is much more than the tidyverse, the development of the tidyverse packages, led by RStudio, has provided a powerful and connected toolkit to get started using R. Note that graphics and data manipulation are covered in subsequent sessions. Workshop conducted via Zoom. Register to receive the Zoom link with instructions on how to connect. Supplemental materials are available at https://libguides.rutgers.edu/data_R. Instructor: Ryan WomackRead More →
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Build Digital Exhibitions with Omeka 4:00 pm
Build Digital Exhibitions with Omeka @ New Brunswick
Jan 30 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Omeka is a practical tool for describing and curating primary sources in support of research and teaching in the humanities. This workshop will be an introduction to the basics of creating collections and exhibits with the Omeka web publishing platform. Instructor: Suny Cardenas-Gomez, Digital Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate SpecialistRead More →
Babs Siperstein Humanities and Medicine Seminars – Focus on Transgender 6:00 pm
Babs Siperstein Humanities and Medicine Seminars – Focus on Transgender @ New Brunswick
Jan 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Presentation Title: Gender Affirmation Hormone Therapy: Taking It to the Next Level Presenters: Dr. David Cohen and Dr. Sara Lubitz David Cohen, MD, FACE, FACP, ECNU, is an Assistant Professor and clinician-educator in the Division of Endocrinology and Department of Medicine at the Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine. He also is certified by the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) and is co-director of the Adult PROUD Gender Center Hormone Affirmation Center Clinic. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he spent a year as a middle school teacher and then earned his medical degree at The Keck SchoolRead More →
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Using Excel for Data Management and Analysis 12:00 pm
Using Excel for Data Management and Analysis @ New Brunswick
Jan 31 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
This workshop will introduce the advantages to using Microsoft Excel for data management and analysis, as well as the limitations. We will discuss descriptive statistics while applying common formulas, building basic charts, and creating pivot tables. No prior experience is required. Note: Instructions for any recommended downloads will be sent prior to the workshop.Read More →