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PhD student, Ji Eun Kim, was awarded third place for her research at the APPAM 2022 poster session. Her paper, "The Green Space Dilemma: Pathways to Greening with and without Gentrification"...

The Arizona State University (ASU) Center on Technology, Data, and Society (CTDS) will host a series of educational lectures on the topic “working with spatial data for policy research using R”...

Dr. Anthony Howell, CTDS Fellow and an assistant professor in public policy and management in the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University has won the Mayo Clinic and ASU’s Seed Grant...

Youngjae Won, a 3rd year doctoral student at ASU’s School of Public Affair has been awarded a Lattie and Elva Coor Building Great Communities fellowship for the 2021-22 academic year for his...

Center on Technology, Data and Society (CTDS) hosts Dr. Marianne Kneuer, the immediate past president of the International Political Science Association, and an affiliate of the CTDS. Dr. Kneuer...

Jesse Lecy (Associate Professor ASU) and Cynthia Searcy (Associate Dean GSU) have been awarded a Public Interest Technology grant to lead efforts at formalizing a data science consortium for...

On September 16th, 2021, the World Bank Group held a launch event for the GovTech Maturity Index.

The GovTech Maturity Index (GTMI) measures key aspects in four focus areas of public...

Digital transformation of the economy accelerated rapidly during the pandemic, in ways that are likely to affect entrepreneurship in the longer term. How do these trends affect Black, Hispanic,...

On March 12, 2021 the Center on Technology, Data and Society hosted a talk with Prof. Richard Hahn, on the latest developments using machine learning to identify heterogeneous treatment effects....

In February 2021, ASU's Center on Technology, Data, and Society and the Center for Computational Social Science (C2S2; https://c2s2.hanyang.ac...

In an article for the Arizona Republic, Megan Taros describes ongoing distance learning challenges experienced by families with inadequate internet connections.

In the article, ASU CTDS...

As the coronavirus pandemic unfolds, issues for public policy and management are emerging rapidly. Research presented in this working paper series discusses the pandemic and recovery, especially...

Anthony Airdo, a TDS grad student getting his Master of Public Policy degree in the School of Public Affairs, was chosen to represent Arizona State University at the 2020 NASPAA Simulation...

CTDS fellow students meet on a monthly basis to talk, analyze and discuss topics related to our center activities, mission and goals. These meetings, which are organized and led by students, aim...

A new study is being released along with a website that will make new data on digital participation in communities publicly available. Through collaboration with GoDaddy, the world’s largest...

Research on the 2015 MERS Coronavirus outbreak in Korea has earned national and university honors for research excellence and has timely implications for government policies around the world today...