Statistics & Probability | Instructor: Suman Ganguli

Category: Jobs

Internship opportunity: Innocence Project Data Analysis Intern

You may be getting the “CUNY Brief” emails at your CityTech email address–it’s a weekly newsletter which collects links to various news items regarding CUNY.

Towards the bottom of the emails there’s a “Student Center” which typically includes job opportunities:

CUNY Brief Student Center (16 March 2021)

The last listing above caught my attention since it involves data analysis, and so it’s related to our course. Here’s the direct link to the job listing:

Here are the relevant lines from the job description:

Interns can expect the opportunity to organize and clean datasets, code variables, conduct research to obtain new information about exoneration cases, enter data into datasets, and conduct basic statistical analyses. This work will be in support of research we undertake about a variety of topics relating to our case management process and details involving wrongful convictions and their consequences to individuals and to society.

If you’re interested in viewing any of the other listings above, you can see that CUNY Brief here.

Job opportunity: NYC “Vaccine for All” Corps

I will occasionally post relevant job opportunities I come across (e.g., via the CUNY Brief emails).

This one isn’t strictly statistics-related, but it is related to public health (which obviously uses a lot of statistics, and which we will be discussing over the course of the semester):

For context, this person is Deputy Executive Director of NYC Test and Trace Corps. You can view her bio on the NYC Health and Hospitals site.