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Faculty and students will examine a variety of issues related to health and human sciences. This exciting cohort of The Data Mine combines Nursing, Public Health, Human Development & Family Studies, and the Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering to examine ways data can improve lives.

Up-to-date information can be found at datamine.purdue.edu/HHS.

 

Eligibility

Any undergraduate student with interest in the data sciences and health and human sciences

Residential Component

  • Students from this learning community must reside in Hillenbrand Hall
  • Information on this residence hall can be found here
  • Students who are required to reside in a different residence hall (e.g. due to the Honors College or athletics participation) or who do not sign a housing contract may not participate in this learning community
  • Your roommate in most cases will be a member of the learning community
  • Completing a housing contract is a separate process from applying for a learning community

Duration

Fall and Spring semesters

Associated Classes

All Students

Fall 2020

  • STAT 19000, 29000, 39000, or 49000 (1 credit) The Data Mine I or III or V or VII

Spring 2021

  • STAT 19000, 29000, 39000, or 49000 (1 credit) The Data Mine II or IV or VI or VIII

Human Development & Family Studies AND Public Health

Fall 2020

  • PUBH (course number TBD) (1 credit), Data in Global Health
  • Either HDFS 39000 or PUBH (course number TBD) (1-3 credits) Special Topics In HDFS or Special Topics in Public Health Research

Spring 2021

  • Either HDFS 39000 or PUBH (course number TBD) (1-3 credits) Special Topics In HDFS or Special Topics in Public Health Research

Nursing

Fall 2020

  • First-year Nursing students will take NUR 10800
  • Sophomore Nursing students will take NUR 21800 and 21900

Spring 2021

  • First-year Nursing students will take NUR 10900
  • Sophomore Nursing students will take NUR 22000 and 22100

Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering

Fall 2020

  • STAT 29000 (1 credit) Health Analytics

Spring 2021

  • PHIL 20800 (1 credit; first 8 weeks of spring semester) Ethics of Data Science

Additional information can be found at datamine.purdue.edu/HHS.

Events and Activities Included:

Information above is subject to change. If you are placed in the LC, the associated courses will be on your schedule prior to you registering for the rest of your courses.

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