Stages UNICEF Data Science Researcher in Residence Program

Trialect at soliciting applications for Bloomberg LP Research in Residence Program. UNICEF and Bloomberg have joined forces to strengthen the internal capacity and external outreach of the organization to reap the benefits of the ongoing data revolution for children and to drive global data science research attention towards children focused problems. To this end, Bloomberg will fund a Researcher in-residence at UNICEF Headquarters in New York for a period of 6-12 months. The Researcher will work along with UNICEF’s Data, Research and Policy and Innovation Unit teams, in partnership with Bloomberg LP to further research and strengthen collaboration, transfer of knowledge and capacity building around Data Science and Research for children.  Investigators from around the world are invited to apply. The deadline for application is 2 weeks away, and we are reaching out to see if your fellows or junior faculty would be interested.