Every April, students, faculty, administrators and community partners gather at Cal State LA for the Big Data Community Forum. The forum highlights student projects, research posters and story maps from spring semester classes as part of the University’s Big Data project.
In April 2019, 28 non-profit organizations participated in the spring cohort of the project and were paired with students for their respective research projects. The winning projects included topics on gentrification in El Serano, crimes and activities in Hollywood, the South LA housing crisis, oil drilling, affordable housing, and homelessness.
UPDATE: The Big Data Forum has been canceled.
Although Cal State LA has no reported cases of coronavirus at this time, we continue to take measures to maintain the health of our University community.
Consistent with the California Department of Public Health recommendations, we are promoting social distancing by canceling all public events effective today, March 10, through May 31, 2020.
We are acting in the best interest of students, faculty, and staff, while supporting wider public health goals.
We look forward to having you join us at a future event.
For links to resources and the latest information regarding coronavirus, including President Covino’s message, please visit our Health Watch website.
Thank you for your understanding.