Dr. Ivan Hernandez is a researcher and educator with a passion for teaching others how to use statistical and computational techniques to answer questions about complex social phenomenon. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a Ph.D in Social & Industrial Psychology, and a Master's degree in Applied Measurement. Ivan's research incorporates machine learning, text mining, agent-based modeling, numeric simulations, and spatial analysis to study phenomenon pertaining to organizational, cultural, regional, and cognitive outcomes, authoring numerous peer-reviewed publications and book chapters. He has over 5 years of teaching experience, instructing undergraduate courses at the University of Illinois, and managing the NASA Data Science Internship at Northwestern University. When not teaching or conducting research, he enjoys going to farmers' markets, drive-in theaters, custard shops, and enjoying all the other wonderful things the Midwest offers.
Python Programming 101
In this class, you’ll how to get started with Python, what advantages and disadvantages Python provides as a programming language, and the essentials of programming in Python.
Introduction to Python Bootcamp
Learn to use Python as a powerful tool for analyzing and exploring data.
Analytics Trivia Night
Get ready to show off your analytical and trivia skills in our upcoming Analytics Trivia Night.
Data Analysis: Moving From Excel to SQL
Learn the ability to move above and beyond Excel spreadsheet analysis by leveraging SQL databases and queries.
In this part-time course, students learn to build robust predictive models, test their validity, and clearly communicate resulting insights.
Crunching The Numbers: How To Launch a Career in Data
From dating apps, to sports stats, to disaster response--data rules the world we live in. Join leading minds in data for a conversation on building a career in data.