WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Open to all undergraduate and graduate students, The Data Mine at Purdue is large-scale learning community for students to engage in and through collaboration, research, innovation, entrepreneurship, and beyond.
Originally named the Statistics Living Learning Community following a $1.5 grant from The National Science Foundation back in 2014, the name was officially changed to The Data Mine for the 2018-2019 academic year. In that first year, the program has grown from approximately 100 students to just under 1,000 students this year.
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