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March Conference Brings 2024 Campaign Political Analytics Experts to Campus: Here’s How to Attend

Anybody who’s paying attention knows that data is at the center of the 2024 election cycle—whether it’s polls driving media coverage, candidates trying to mobilize and persuade voters in primaries and general elections, the millions (and soon to be billions) spent on ads, or the endless political predictions dominating the airwaves.

If you want an insider's view of the role of data in politics today, join Columbia’s Political Analytics master’s program on Friday, March 22, for an all-day event on campus. The conference is set to feature political professionals at the front lines of the 2024 election on both sides of the aisle, Columbia faculty whose research helps shape the conversation, students, and more. The program will include four panels, a keynote speaker, and networking opportunities at breakfast and lunch.

Check out the panels and participants here, and register now for what promises to be a dynamic day of politics, data, and new ideas.

About the Program

The Columbia University M.S. in Political Analytics program provides students quantitative skills in an explicitly political context, facilitating crosswalk with nontechnical professionals and decision-makers—and empowers students to become decision-makers themselves.

The final application deadline is June 1, 2024. The 36-point credit program is available part-time and full-time. For general information and admissions questions, please call 212-854-9666 or email politicalanalytics [[at]] sps [[dot]] columbia [[dot]] edu