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Launch New Science School at University of Stellenbosch

Launch New Science School at University of Stellenbosch

31 July 2019 8:42 AM

Stellenbosch University (SU)'s new School for Data Science and Computational Thinking was officially launched on Monday (29 July 2019) at a function at the Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study. Aiming to be a world-class institution for data science and computational thinking in and for Africa, the newly established School will work across SU's ten faculties with multi- and inter- and trans-disciplinary collaboration.

 It will also span the entire academic project, from under- and postgraduate training to research and specialist consultation. Kieno Kammies I'm joined by Prof Wim Delva, Acting Director School for Data Science and Computational Thinking at stellenbosch University

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