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College of Public Health Building

145 North Riverside Drive, Iowa City, IA

Website

maps.uiowa.edu

Upcoming Events

Third Annual Occupational Health & Safety Research Conference

The Third Annual Occupational Health & Safety Research Conference will be hosted at the College of Public Health Building.

4/6/2018

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Sefonobong Obot

Sefonobong Obot left a positive review 10/15/2017

Dr. Jones use of powerful imagery and narrative (story telling) can convey ideas, concepts, and experiences to convey deep seeded racism in our counties infrastructure elects thoughtfulness and understanding where, otherwise, there would be unproductive reactivity and misunderstanding.

Wei Shao

Wei Shao left a review 7/18/2017

This workshop provides a good hand-on lab opportunity for learning of deep learning while not giving suffient mathematical understanding of deep learning neural networks.

Hans Johnson

Hans Johnson left a review 5/25/2017

Interesting.

Changze Han

Changze Han left a positive review 5/25/2017

perfect

Nathaniel Shaffer

Nathaniel Shaffer left a negative review 4/25/2017

Spending two hours installing dependencies ourselves was a huge waste.

Hemant Kumar Aggarwal

Hemant Kumar Aggarwal left a positive review 4/23/2017

It was good, as expected.

Jeffrey Hajewski

Jeffrey Hajewski left a review 3/29/2017

Very good overall, but wish it was a little faster paced with less time spent on historical/misc type stuff. Spent nearly half the presentation just discussing application and history!

Jeffrey Hajewski

Jeffrey Hajewski left a positive review 4/23/2017

Outstanding work!

Fei Wu

Fei Wu left a positive review 3/29/2017

great material

Hans Johnson

Hans Johnson left a review 3/26/2017

It is difficult to be interesting to a large group of diverse skill sets. The web presentation was not a very good. Many topics were discussed superficially that were not illustrated on the presentation slides, and the presentation seems to have been recycled from other purposes (not targeted to this audience).

The followup discussion was the most valuable part of the presentation where the audience provided most of the substance and most of the answers.

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