The annual CAOE Summer Experience Quantitative Analytics (SEQAL) will be starting with a new group of students on June 5. This STEM-based paid program combines significant data analytics training and real-world problem-solving. This four-week research experience will be virtual with students engaging in live expert-led workshops and group interactive problem-solving and data processes to solve real-world challenges faced by DHS.
The program is open to technology minded innovative students from around the U.S. This year we will welcome students from eight academic partners who were chosen from a competitive application process. The academic partners include seven Minority Serving Institutions: Chapman University, Norfolk State University, Tennessee State University, Florida International University, Arizona State University, University of Nevada, Las Vegas and John Jay College of Criminal Justice
During the program, students will learn new tools and methodologies, develop simulation models and collaborate with students, faculty and technology experts from around the country. The experience will conclude with the students presenting their analysis, results and recommendations to DHS and CAOE leadership.