Bryant symposium features data science expert Rebecca Nugent

REBECCA NUGENT of Carnegie Mellon University was the keynote speaker at Bryant University’s Research and Engagement Day. Here, she talks about record linkage, a way of finding and linking attributes of an entity found in different data sets. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY
REBECCA NUGENT of Carnegie Mellon University was the keynote speaker at Bryant University’s Research and Engagement Day. Here, she talks about record linkage, a way of finding and linking attributes of an entity found in different data sets. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY
SMITHFIELD – Bryant University hosted the seventh annual Research and Engagement Day on April 18, a daylong symposium. This year’s event, titled “RED18,” put college creativity, accomplishments and experiences on display. The keynote speaker was Rebecca Nugent of Carnegie Mellon University Department of Statistics and Data Science. Nugent serves on the National Academy of Sciences…

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