About The NDSA
The NDSA is a national network of academic, industry, and government partnerships that will grow the capacity of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to transform data science discoveries into tangible societal benefits. Systematic change at scale will be catalyzed by engaging HBCU faculty and staff in data science training, curriculum development, and research.
The National Data Science Alliance (NDSA)
Expand data science research and education
The NDSA is an Alliance of the National Science Foundation’s Eddie Bernice Johnson INCLUDES program that was funded $10 million to increase the number of Black people earning data science credentials by at least 20,000 by 2027 and expand data science research that advocates for social justice and strive to eliminate bias. This national organization will facilitate engagement at scale across HBCUs with industry and academic collaboration to broaden participation and advance social justice in data science.