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An MCSP Conversation Series Talk: "Let's Get Personal with Your Data - Applications of Machine Learning and Ethics"

An MCSP Conversation Series Talk: "Let's Get Personal with Your Data - Applications of Machine Learning and Ethics" An MCSP Conversation Series Talk: "Let's Get Personal with Your Data - Applications of Machine Learning and Ethics" SectionColor Margaret Rahmoeller, rahmoeller@roanoke.edu We welcome Dr. Caleb Bradberry from Radford University for our MCSP Conversation Series! /images/Events/MachineLearning.860w.png /images/Events/MachineLearning.350w.png Is Roanoke a Fit? Admissions /admissions yellow Ready to visit your campus?  Let's set a date. /images/Navigation/Admissions

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Digital Literacy

Digital Literacy Digital Literacy and Applications Credential Digital courses and the Digital Credential can help students  apply academic content  discover talents build job skills The credential in Digital Literacy and Applications is designed to complement any major at the College; completing courses in this credential will allow you to gain skills beneficial to living and working ... 112 Introduction to Database Applications, DGTL 121 Introduction to Coding, DGTL 131 Using Statistical Software: SPSS, DGTL 132 Using Statistical Software: R, DGTL 133 Using Statistical Software: SAS

http://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/digital_literacy

Internship & Independent Study Applications

Internship & Independent Study Applications Internship and Independent Study Applications Sociology: Sociology Internship Application Sociology Independent Study Application Public Health Studies: Public Health Studies Independent Study Application Anthropology: Anthroplogy Internship Application /images/Navigation/Admissions%20Updates/img_admissions-updates.jpg Updates: Academics /academics blue It's OK not to have a major right away.  Find out why. /images/Navigation/Admissions%20Updates/img_admissions-updates.jpg Updates: Student Life

http://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/sociology/student_forms/internship_and_independent_study_applications

Human Resources

are as follows: Human Resources Roanoke College 221 College Lane Salem, VA 24153 (fax) 540-378-5165 Office hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Applications for open positions

http://www.roanoke.edu/hr

Intensive Learning

of on campus IL courses. If this is a hardship, contact Residence Life. Students may be able to arrange to stay on campus for a modest nightly fee. How do I sign up for a travel course?  Applications ... requirement? Use one of the forms linked in the section above. Watch the deadlines and follow the directions carefully. Applications are due by April 15 for projects to be completed in May or the summer

http://www.roanoke.edu/intensivelearning

Digital Literacy

Digital Literacy Digital Literacy and Applications Program SectionColor ... SectionColor Is Roanoke a Fit? Admissions /admissions yellow Ready to visit your campus?  Let's set a date. /images/Navigation/Admissions%20Updates/img_admissions-updates.jpg Updates: Academics /academics blue It's OK not to have a major right away.  Find out why. /images/Navigation/Admissions%20Updates/img_admissions-updates.jpg Updates: Student Life /studentlife green Something for everyone. Over 100 clubs and organizations . /images/Navigation/Admissions%20Updates/img_admissions-updates.jpg Updates

http://www.roanoke.edu/digitalliteracy

Journey

21 completed and paid registrations will be accepted.  Any checks received after the program is full will be returned or voided/shredded upon your request.  Applications are due by July 15th

http://www.roanoke.edu/journey

Academic Grants

Academic Grants Academic Grants The  Office of Academic Grants and Foundation Relations  exists to: aid Roanoke College faculty in the pursuit of grant funding for study and research; seek curricular, programmatic, capital and project funding for Roanoke College; manage external grant accounts to ensure compliance with applicable regulations; manage relationships with and seek funding from external foundations. We are here to assist both the College and its faculty with internal and external grant proposals and funding applications.  We offer funding searches, proposal editing

http://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/academic_grants

Proposal Tips

more applications than they are able to honor with awards. If you are turned down, try to get comments, either verbally or in writing from a program officer. Then you can take a closer look at your

http://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/academic_grants/proposal_tips

Internal Funding

Professional Advancement (FPA) funds, which are handled through the Dean's office, please contact Susan Rambo, Administrative Specialist at 375-2204. Applications for AY 2019-2020 need to be submitted by email as a single PDF to the FDC Chair, Hannah Robbins . The format for those applications is listed below: Type of Application (e.g. Starter Grant, Sabbatical, etc.): Project Title Project

http://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/academic_grants/internal_funding