Subject: Interested in the life sciences and coding? Register for BSCI238F:
Introduction to Python Programming for the Life Sciences
BSCI238F is available on Testudo for registration (and filling fast!) ~ the
class takes place Fridays 3:00-5:00pm.
Are you a life sciences student who is interested in learning the basics of
coding in Python? Ever wondered how to apply principles of computer science
to your field? BSCI238F is a Fall 2022 one-credit, student-taught course
(STIC) for undergraduate life sciences students with little-to-no programming
experience who are looking to start building a strong computational
foundation starting with Python. This course will help students who are new
to coding to learn in a guided and collaborative environment.
We will also explore how programming is used in the broader context of the
life sciences, research, and healthcare, while also touching on ethical
coding, the issues around big data and data privacy, and how they overlap
with the responsibilities of a scientist.
To receive updates and additional information about the course, including the
syllabus, please visit this site and fill out the interest form:
Please reach out with any questions to [log in to unmask] and
[log in to unmask], and see you in the Fall!
Contact Person: Rakshita Balaji
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]
Website URL: https://ter.ps/pythonSTIC22
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