The CS&S Event Fund invests in emerging community leaders around the world to support the organizing of events that broaden participation in open data science. Our program aims to strengthen community-driven
By Akashdiya Chakraborty, Beth Duckles, and Angela Okune Have you ever attended a workshop intended for “networking and new relationship-building” only to get lectured at for hours? Have you attended a training and
By: Akashdiya Chakraborty and Angela Okune (Event Fund) & Angelique Trusler (The Carpentries) The Event Fund supports more inclusive and accessible events in data science in order to lower barriers to participation in
Code for Science and Society is proud to announce its third cohort of Event Fund grant recipients! The 13 project teams in this cohort are located across 12 countries including Turkey, South Africa,
By: Akashdiya Chakraborty and Angela Okune (Event Fund) The Event Fund at Code for Science and Society hosted a panel discussion entitled "Get the Money: Fiscal sponsorship and other ways to receive and
Carpentries Connect South Africa 2021 opening and closing keynotes now available in isiXhosa and isiZulu
The Carpentries build global capacity in essential data and computational skills for conducting open research. Last year, supported by an Event Fund grant, the Carpentries hosted their first virtual CarpentryConnect from South Africa.
By: Reshama Shaikh (Data Umbrella Lead) and Angela Okune (Event Fund Program Manager) Supported by the Code for Science & Society Event Fund (Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Grant GBMF8449), Data Umbrella has
CS&S Event Fund directly invests in emerging community leaders around the world to organize events. One of the goals of the Event Fund is to improve transparency and increase access to
Two information sessions were hosted by Event Fund program manager, Angela Okune in December 2021 and January 2022 to offer an overview of the Event Fund award, eligibility criteria, application, dates and deadlines,
The Code for Science and Society Event Fund supports thoughtfully organized, inclusive event programming to cultivate the relationships and skills needed for more equitable next-generation scientific practices, infrastructures, and technologies. Learn more.
Code for Science & Society’s Event Fund supports organizations to run events focused on tools, practices, and communities in research-driven open data science from domestic and international applicants across domains and sectors.
The Environmental Data & Governance Initiative (EDGI), which runs the Event Fund-supported Environmental Enforcement Watch, among other things, celebrated their fifth birthday earlier this month. EDGI has been exploring better ways of holding