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Data Science in 2022, Topics and Trends: Challenges for Libraries and Researchers

  • 1.  Data Science in 2022, Topics and Trends: Challenges for Libraries and Researchers

    Posted 08-23-2022 13:51
    Edited by Julie Peters 09-07-2022 16:21

    The NJ SLA Community invites you to the following virtual technology event: 

    Data Science in 2022, Topics and Trends: Challenges for Libraries and Researchers 

    September 22, 2022: 7pm – 8pm

    *This event has been changed to a virtual-only event.

    Presentation by Dr. Wind Cowles

    Recent years have seen a rapid increase in access to massive amounts of data, as well as increased interest from funding agencies in ensuring that research is reproducible, transparent, and has long-term impact. These trends, along with other factors, are placing new and shifting pressures on research communities and the institutions that support them. This talk will examine these pressures with an eye toward the challenges they present for researchers and the opportunities for academic libraries to help address them.  


    Please register in advance for this meeting


    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. The presentation will be recorded.


    Event Speaker: 

    Dr. Wind Cowles, Director of Research Data and Open Scholarship 

    Princeton University Library

    Dr. Wind Cowles is the Director of Research Data and Open Scholarship at Princeton University Library, where she leads a group of information specialists who provide services, training, and technological infrastructure to promote the long-term value of research data and other scholarly outputs through effective research data management, open research practices, and long-term preservation and re-use. She and her team work collaboratively with library, campus, and national partners on training, services, and technology infrastructure projects.


    Before joining Princeton University, Wind worked at the National Institutes of Health in the Center for Scientific Review, where she oversaw the review of grant applications on research related to several areas, including language, cognition, and Alzheimer’s disease. Prior to NIH, Wind was an Associate Professor in Linguistics at the University of Florida and the Director of the Language and Cognition Lab. She received her PhD in Cognitive Science and Linguistics from UC San Diego. 


    Questions? Please contact Julie Peters at  

    Julie Peters
    Library Director
    Rutgers University - Carey Library