Data Science & Digital Literacy
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The Humanities Institute at Stony Brook
The Humanities Institute at Stony Brook offers a rich slate of seminars and programming throughout the year. The Institute promotes interdisciplinary research and collaboration across the university through conferences, lectures, seminars, workshops, exhibitions, film series, and performances.
Data and Computational Science Advanced Graduate Certificate
The Institute for Advanced Computational Science (IACS) offers an advanced graduate certificate to both PhD and MS/MA students in the following departments: Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Computer Science, Economics, Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, Linguistics, Sociology, SOMAS, Tech & Society, Physics and Astronomy, and Psychology. The certificate requires a total of 17 credits, selected from among Communicating Science, Applied Math and Statistics, and Computer Sciences courses.
C-STRIDE Advanced Graduate Certificate
C-STRIDE is a multidisciplinary advanced graduate certificate that teaches the interdisciplinary skills to assist, create, and eventually lead in the translation of complex data-enabled research into informed decisions and sound policies. The certificate requires a total of 15 credits, selected from among communicating science, statistics, environment, and energy courses.
Advanced Graduate Certificate in Geospatial Science
The Advanced Graduate GSS Certificate will allow graduate students and working professionals to advance their Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and/or remote sensing knowledge and employment opportunities with an industry-recognized certificate. The program requires students to earn 18 credits in addition to holding a BA, BS, or graduate degree.
Library Resources on Digital Humanities
DoIT Training Workshops
Throughout the year, DoIT offers programming events on campus for all Stony Brook students that focus on digital literacy, experiential learning and information security awareness. Events are funded by the Student Technology Fee.