Diversity Display - International Worker's Day

The connection between May Day and labor rights began in the United States at the height of the Industrial Revolution, when working conditions for men, women, and children were notoriously bad. In 1884, the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions (later the American Federation of Labor) proclaimed “eight hours shall constitute a legal day’s labor..."

Accepting Applications: Hackathon 2021!

The University Libraries is partnering with DNAnexus and the OpenCravatGroup at Johns Hopkins University to host a virtual hackathon titled "Clinical Reporting of MultiOmics Data!" on June 1-4, 2021. A variety of exciting projects will be built into a comprehensive reporting system for these types of data, building off of previous work from hackathons at CMU, Baylor College of Medicine, and others run by DNAnexus and NCBI.  

A Year of Teaching Data Skills with Animal Crossing

On March 20th, 2020, "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" was released, gaining millions of players across the world in its first year. During that time, Research Data Management Consultant Hannah Gunderman has not only played it in their personal life but has also used it in their work at the Libraries to help bring a fun, lighthearted element to teaching data concepts. 

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