Director of Data & Society, associate clinical professor at the College of Medicine and the Honors College at the University of Houston. He is the director of the Community Health Workers Initiative and co-Director of Data Analytics in Student Hands.
Dr. Ariel Ludwig is a visiting assistant professor at the Honors College. Across her doctoral studies in Virginia Tech's Science and Technology in Society department, she continued to study the complex intersection of mass incarceration and biomedicine. This culminated in her ethnographic dissertation titled "The Carceral Body Multiple: Intake in the New York City jails."
Director of Engaged Data Science, HPE, DSI. Engaged Data Science uses project-based learning experiences to develop a pipeline of students prepared to pursue post-secondary education and career pathways in data science.
Data Scientist with the Department of Computer Science at the University of Houston. Dr. Konstantinidis brings 15 years of experience in research development, knowledge mobilization, and mathematical research, stemming from his multi-faceted involvement in the academic research enterprise.
Director of Data Analytics in Student Hands (DASH) program and assistant professor in the department of information and logistics technology. Dr. Lindner has her doctorate degree through the University of Stuttgart's High-Performance Computing Center, and her research is on emerging patterns through data in areas where qualitative and quantitative data sources come together.
Visiting Assistant Professor and Director of the Community Health Workers (CHW) Training Center in the Honors College. She has dedicated her public health career to design, plan and implement educational community programs and events that provide equal health opportunities to ethnic and minority underserved groups