Symposium

kdmcberkley data journalism foundation

Saturday, May 4, 2013      

The availability and ubiquitous nature of open data has the ability to transform society. It is already reshaping industry and governments and offers boundless potential for innovation.

Join us at the Complexity & Context Data Symposium, where we’ll explore the intersection between journalism and data by bringing together a cross-disciplinary roster of data visualization experts, public news organizations and civic groups. We'll be looking at the trends, implications and the future of data journalism for observing and predicting behavior, building communities and fostering civic engagement.

Presentations & Schedule

Distinguished Speakers

catherine bracy daniel sieberg alberto cairo rajiv bhatia gustavo faleiros Willie schubert ryan murphy

Catherine
Bracy

Daniel
Sieberg

Alberto
Cairo

Rajiv
Bhatia

Gustavo Faleiros

Willie
Shubert

Ryan
Murphy

International Program Manager,
Code for America
Head of Media Outreach, GoogleAssistant Professor, University
of Miami
Director of Environmental Health, San Francisco Department of Public HealthKnight International Journalism Fellow, InternewsSenior Project Coordinator, Internews' Earth Journalism NetworkReporter & Data Analyst, Texas Tribune

Event details

Date: Saturday, May 4th, 2013
Time: 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Place: Banatao Auditorium in Sutardja Dai Hall, University of California Berkeley
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Tickets: $25 USD advance sales only. Includes networking lunch.


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Partners

Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism    data and democracy initiative

Thanks to our Sponsors

ethics excellence in journalism foundation     google giving

We have several sponsorship opportunities available. Please contact Vicki Hammarstedt to learn about lending your support to this outstanding event.