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Upcoming Events

Title:Love Data Week 2019
Date:Monday, February 11, 2019
Time:All Day Event
Categories:Data Events
Description:

Drexel University Libraries is once again excited to participate in Love Data Week!

Formerly known as "Love Your Data Week," Love Data 2019 is a social media event coordinated by research data specialists who want to raise awareness and engage on topics related to research data management; sharing, preservation, reuse of data; and library-based research data services.

The theme of Love Data Week 2019 is data in everyday life. We will primarily explore this theme through two topics – open data and data justice. During each day of the online event, organizers and participating universities and institutions will post social media messages to drive the conversation around data.

We'll be sharing our own stories and information about data on the Libraries' Twitter account @drexellibraries throughout the week, and be sure to follow the global conversation through the hashtags #lovedata19 and #LoveDataWeek2019.

Have a story you want us to share? Send your data stories to svs22@drexel.edu or share through your own social media account, tagging @drexellibraries and #lovedata19 or #LoveDataWeek2019!

Title:Love Data Week 2019
Date:Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Time:All Day Event
Categories:Data Events
Description:

Drexel University Libraries is once again excited to participate in Love Data Week!

Formerly known as "Love Your Data Week," Love Data 2019 is a social media event coordinated by research data specialists who want to raise awareness and engage on topics related to research data management; sharing, preservation, reuse of data; and library-based research data services.

The theme of Love Data Week 2019 is data in everyday life. We will primarily explore this theme through two topics – open data and data justice. During each day of the online event, organizers and participating universities and institutions will post social media messages to drive the conversation around data.

We'll be sharing our own stories and information about data on the Libraries' Twitter account @drexellibraries throughout the week, and be sure to follow the global conversation through the hashtags #lovedata19 and #LoveDataWeek2019.

Have a story you want us to share? Send your data stories to svs22@drexel.edu or share through your own social media account, tagging @drexellibraries and #lovedata19 or #LoveDataWeek2019!

Title:Love Data Week 2019
Date:Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Time:All Day Event
Categories:Data Events
Description:

Drexel University Libraries is once again excited to participate in Love Data Week!

Formerly known as "Love Your Data Week," Love Data 2019 is a social media event coordinated by research data specialists who want to raise awareness and engage on topics related to research data management; sharing, preservation, reuse of data; and library-based research data services.

The theme of Love Data Week 2019 is data in everyday life. We will primarily explore this theme through two topics – open data and data justice. During each day of the online event, organizers and participating universities and institutions will post social media messages to drive the conversation around data.

We'll be sharing our own stories and information about data on the Libraries' Twitter account @drexellibraries throughout the week, and be sure to follow the global conversation through the hashtags #lovedata19 and #LoveDataWeek2019.

Have a story you want us to share? Send your data stories to svs22@drexel.edu or share through your own social media account, tagging @drexellibraries and #lovedata19 or #LoveDataWeek2019!

Title:From Bois Sauvage to Philadelphia: The Impact of Addiction on Families
Date:Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Time:3:30pm - 5:00pm
Campus:University City Campus
Description:

Check out “From Bois Sauvage to Philadelphia: The Impact of Addiction on Families” on Wednesday, February 13, at 3:30 p.m. in the James E. Marks Intercultural Center (3225 Arch Street).

Addiction is a force shaping the experience of every family member in Jesmyn Ward’s novel Sing, Unburied, Sing. The ravages of drug addiction on fictional Bois Sauvage, Mississippi are in many ways similar to those in Philadelphia. 

At this panel discussion, students and faculty experts from Drexel’s Departments of Community Health and Prevention, Behavioral Health and Addiction Counseling, and Criminology and Justice Studies will explore questions such as: How do generational and systemic traumas drive addiction? What are the consequences of criminalizing addiction? How can approaches to treatment be reconceived to address whole-family wellness?

Please email jkrohn@drexel.edu to RSVP or for more information.

This is one of several upcoming One Book, One Philadelphia events at Drexel.

Title:Love Data Week 2019
Date:Thursday, February 14, 2019
Time:All Day Event
Categories:Data Events
Description:

Drexel University Libraries is once again excited to participate in Love Data Week!

Formerly known as "Love Your Data Week," Love Data 2019 is a social media event coordinated by research data specialists who want to raise awareness and engage on topics related to research data management; sharing, preservation, reuse of data; and library-based research data services.

The theme of Love Data Week 2019 is data in everyday life. We will primarily explore this theme through two topics – open data and data justice. During each day of the online event, organizers and participating universities and institutions will post social media messages to drive the conversation around data.

We'll be sharing our own stories and information about data on the Libraries' Twitter account @drexellibraries throughout the week, and be sure to follow the global conversation through the hashtags #lovedata19 and #LoveDataWeek2019.

Have a story you want us to share? Send your data stories to svs22@drexel.edu or share through your own social media account, tagging @drexellibraries and #lovedata19 or #LoveDataWeek2019!