Understanding Before Doing Workshop Series


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As part of our Data Science Tapas, the University of Arizona Data Lab team with the Data Science Institute and the Institute for Computation and Data-Enabled Insight invites you to attend the Understanding Before Doing workshop series on Feb. 7, 14 and 21 from 1-2 p.m. at the Thomas W. Keating Bioresearch Building, Room 103 and via Zoom: 864 232 23879. If you lead a team or are part of a team that works toward common goals and objectives daily, this workshop series is for you.

This is a comprehensive leadership workshop useful to anyone searching for career advancement strategies and easily applicable leadership-oriented skills. Get a jump start on the new year and gain a fresh, positive perspective on leadership, planning, and project management to help your team succeed in current and future endeavors.

  • Workshop 1: Leadership, Planning, & Project Management Overview: This workshop will cover the importance of leading where you are and how having a focused leadership approach can help create a culture of success. The importance of leading through humility, authenticity, and a positive mental attitude is vital to ensuring a community of growth and success. Additionally, the workshop will provide an overview and will serve as an introduction to planning and project management.
  • Workshop 2: Planning Session: Special guest Dr. Clara Curiel-Lewandrowski will highlight leadership methods as this workshop deep dives into a problem solving and critical thinking planning process. The template for the planning process will be made available to attendees.
  • Workshop 3: Project Management Session: This workshop will deep dive into project management to allow a deeper understanding of what project management software and tools could be best suited for your current or future projects. This workshop will continue to highlight the importance of leadership in project management. Common project management templates will be made available to attendees.


Contact Info & Links

Rudy Salcido


UA Community
Audience size
Medium (51-100)


Thomas W. Keating Bioresearch Building
1657 East Helen Street, Room 103