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CS 184: Bridging Policy and Tech Through Design (PUBLPOL 170)

This project-based course aims to bring together students from computer science and the social sciences to work with external partner organizations at the nexus of digital technology and public policy. Students will collaborate in interdisciplinary teams on a problem with a partner organization. Along with the guidance of faculty mentors and the teaching staff, students will produce a set of deliverables ranging from policy memos and white papers to data visualizations and software. Possible projects suggested by partner organizations will be presented at an information session on Tuesday, March 3rd at 6:30 pm in Gates 415 - RSVP http://bit.ly/InfoCS184. Following the info session, a course application will open for teams to be selected before the start of Spring Quarter. Students may apply to a project with a partner organization or with a pre-formed team and their own idea to be reviewed for approval by the course staff. Applications close March 20 and successful applicants will be n more »
This project-based course aims to bring together students from computer science and the social sciences to work with external partner organizations at the nexus of digital technology and public policy. Students will collaborate in interdisciplinary teams on a problem with a partner organization. Along with the guidance of faculty mentors and the teaching staff, students will produce a set of deliverables ranging from policy memos and white papers to data visualizations and software. Possible projects suggested by partner organizations will be presented at an information session on Tuesday, March 3rd at 6:30 pm in Gates 415 - RSVP http://bit.ly/InfoCS184. Following the info session, a course application will open for teams to be selected before the start of Spring Quarter. Students may apply to a project with a partner organization or with a pre-formed team and their own idea to be reviewed for approval by the course staff. Applications close March 20 and successful applicants will be notified by Tuesday, March 24th. The course meets twice a week: Once with all students taking the course and a second time with the project-based team mentors. The time below is for the cross-team meetings, as the team meetings will be scheduled according to member availability. Prerequisites: Appropriate preparation depends on the nature of the project proposed, and will be verified by the teaching staff based on your application.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3
Instructors: Ullman, J. (PI)
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