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Rahul Patel

Rahul Patel

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Master's Student, Researcher, Consultant, Teaching Assistant

University of Guelph, System 3

Technologies

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My New Project

Introduction to DataCamp Projects

My New Course

Introduction to Python

My New Certification

Data Scientist Associate

Insights architect, constructing bridges between data and actionable strategies.

My Work

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DataLab

RDocumentation: bayes.t.test

DataLab

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certification

Data Scientist Associate

My Certifications

These are the industry credentials that I’ve earned.

Data Scientist Associate

Data Scientist Associate

Other Certificates

Coursera Google Data Analytics Professional Certificate

Qualtrics CoreXM Expert Certification

Qualtrics Qualtrics Platform Essentials Certification

DataCamp Course Completion

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My Work Experience

Where I've interned and worked during my career.

System-3 | Mar 2022 - Present

Science Consultant

-Supporting the Science team with results reporting and data analysis conducted in R. -Supporting the back-end streamlining and automation of System-3 assessment reports using R; aid in developing dashboards and reports that pull prospect information from the System-3 assessment. -Participating in special projects and initiatives where people analytics support is required. -Querying data from MongoDB to R to further automate report-building initiatives. -Performing data manipulation (e.g., filtering, aggregating, subsetting, arranging, merging, applying transformations, looping, nesting/unnesting), cleaning (e.g., converting data types, string transformations, recoding/ releveling factors, removing NAs), conducting statistical analyses (e.g., Thurstonian Item Response Theory, t-tests, binary and multinomial logistic regressions, correlations for convergent validity, exploratory factor analyses, confirmatory factor analyses, power analyses), and creating visualizations (e.g., 3D plots for logistic regression, scatterplots, histograms, boxplots). -Calculating various descriptive (e.g., sample sizes, means, medians, standard deviations, variances, ranges) and inferential statistics (e.g., p-values, t-values, degrees of freedom, effect size coefficients, confidence intervals, model fit and parsimony indices, chi-square values, homogeneity of variance indices, VIFs, AICs, BICs, leverage, and influence statistics). -Creating custom functions in R to efficiently run scripts for all data initiatives mentioned above.
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Organization & Management Solutions (OMS) | Sep 2021 - Present

Consultant

Organization & Management Consulting specializes in building better places to work through industry leading organizational interventions, management consulting, and human resource management: https://www.uoguelph.ca/ omsconsulting/ Facilitation: led large-group training sessions on how to conduct structured interviews; facilitated small-group training of hiring managers from public sector organizations on how to conduct structured interviews; co-facilitated soft skills training for graduate students

University of Guelph | Sep 2021 - Present

Teaching Assistant

Lab Facilitator and Grader for PSYC 3290—Conducting Statistical Analyses in R -Facilitated tutorials for approximately 40 students on conducting various statistical analyses in RStudio: t-tests, one-way ANOVAs, N-Way ANOVAs, between-within (split-plot) ANOVAs, linear regression, multiple regression, and chi-square tests -Assisted students with troubleshooting coding errors encountered in RStudio Lab Facilitator and Grader for PSYC 2360—Psychological Methods and Statistics

Queen's University | May 2021 - Jul 2021

SOAR Peer Ambassador

Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources (SOAR) is for incoming students and their families/supporters. Designed to help facilitate the transition from high school to university, SOAR offers participants the opportunity to hear from campus partners on transition topics, make connections with staff, faculty, and upper-year students, and access resources and ask questions. As a SOAR Peer Ambassador, I assist with the preparation of SOAR content and the implementation of programming during SOAR days. As well, I play a key role in facilitating event logistics and act as a resource in responding to the questions and concerns of SOAR attendees.

Queen's University | Sep 2020 - May 2021

Teaching Assistant

From September 2020 to the end of December, I was a teaching assistant within the PSYC 400—Applied Research in Higher Education course. Beginning in January 2021, I am a part-time contracted Teaching Assistant with the Department of Psychology, Queen's University. -Overseeing the progress of 55 students -Conducting Bi-weekly office hours -Monitoring discussion boards weekly -Grading students' formative assessments and providing constructive feedback

Smith School of Business at Queen's University | May 2020 - May 2021

Research Assistant

Undergraduate Student Summer Research Fellowship over the summer. I then continued my work as a research assistant under Dr. Matthias Spitzmuller's supervision beginning in September. -Created original research question -Conducted a literature review -Created survey implementing an experimental design on Qualtrics -Collected data from the Smith School of Business research pool -Analyzing data via jamovi and R -Planned submission to an academic journal

Queen's University | May 2019 - May 2021

Research Assistant

I initially joined the POPMEM computational cognitive neuroscience lab in May of 2019 as a research assistant funded by an NSERC-USRA. I then fulfilled this award until September. Beginning January of 2020, I conducted independent research as part of the PSYC 575—Directed Lab course. Currently, I am being paid as I am wrapping up the research I have been working on in the lab. -Segmenting and analyzing over 350 control and Alzheimer’s Disease hippocampi to examine longitudinal changes in uncal apex positioning -Mentored and supervised a research assistant who assisted in the data collection of the project described above -Utilized FreeView software to segment human hippocampi -Utilized 3D Slicer software to qualitatively observe hippocampi dentations -Transcribed and analyzed participants’ free recall of films that they had seen during an experiment -Collaborated with other trained raters to assess protocol for rating the participant transcripts -Rated a measure of creativity and conducted an inter-correlational coefficient analysis using SPSS statistical software -Featured Publication: Poppenk, J. 2020. Uncal apex position varies with normal aging

Alma Mater Society of Queen's University | May 2019 - Apr 2020

AMS Peer Support Centre Marketing Manager

As a marketing manager, I was involved in several roles: -Overseeing and implementing a marketing budget -Redesigning the website -Managing social media accounts—Facebook, Instagram, Mailchimp, Email -Creating promotional materials—social media graphics, videos, pens, photoshoots, clothing, posters, stickers, etc. -Collaborating with other on-campus organizations to facilitate cross- promotions -Curating and adhering to a goal plan -Transitioning incoming marketing manager -Conducting interviews to hire volunteers and supervisors for our organization -Supporting other managers (Outreach, Human Resources, and Head) with their duties -Facilitating summer and on-going training sessions -Supervising shifts -Debriefing volunteers and supervisors -Holding disciplinary meetings -Stimulating internal engagement through socials

Queen's University | May 2019 - Aug 2019

Student Supervisor

This was my second year as a Student Supervisor with the Enrichment Studies Unit (ESU). For more than 30 years, the Enrichment Studies Unit (ESU) at Queen’s University has connected students in grades 5 to 12 with challenging and inspiring academics alongside the dynamic learning and living environment of university life. As a student supervisor, I: -Supervised, assisted and engaged with participants. I remained available to participants in residence through the night -Modeled and encouraged positive student behaviour, including fair‐play in sports and activities, cleanliness in the dining halls, and peace and privacy in residence -Monitored the safety and well‐being of assigned participants and be aware of their whereabouts at all times -Ensure that students arrive for meals, classes, and activities at assigned times. Ensured students in residence programs were in their assigned rooms at designated times -Collaborated and shared information with the coordinating team to ensure the safety, well‐being, and happiness of the students -Took an active role during student check‐in, welcoming students to Queen’s University campus and their ESU program -Assisted with clean‐up and program closing procedures at the end of each week

Queen's University - Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science | Jul 2018 - Aug 2019

Student Supervisor

within the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. In particular, I was a student supervisor for the Queen's Summer Engineering Academy. As a student supervisor, I: -Supervised, assisted and engaged with participants. I remained available to participants in residence through the night -Modeled and encouraged positive student behaviour, including fair‐play in sports and activities, cleanliness in the dining halls, and peace and privacy in residence -Monitored the safety and well‐being of assigned participants and be aware of their whereabouts at all times -Ensure that students arrive for meals, classes, and activities at assigned times. Ensured students in residence programs were in their assigned rooms at designated times -Collaborated and shared information with the coordinating team to ensure the safety, well‐being, and happiness of the students -Took an active role during student check‐in, welcoming students to Queen’s University campus and their program -Assisted with clean‐up and program closing procedures at the end of each week

Trent Hills and District Chamber of Commerce | Jun 2017 - Sep 2018

Tourism Assistant

I worked at the Trent Hills and District Chamber of Commerce in the 2017 and 2018 summers. In the first summer, I acquired the position through a Campbellford community foundation grant. With my successful performance, I was offered a position to work for the 2018 summer. -Assisted visitors with inquiries about Campbellford, suggested activities, events, and other attractions -Accommodated visitors travelling via boats with their stay in Campbellford -Managed money, receipts, and visitor keys -Involved in several administrative tasks: keeping stock of tourism materials; cleaning desk, floor, and viewing space; folding brochures and newsletters; maintaining garden -Maintained bathroom and shower facilities -Delivered tourism guides

Queen's University | May 2018 - Jun 2018

Student Supervisor

I was a Student Supervisor with the Enrichment Studies Unit (ESU). For more than 30 years, the Enrichment Studies Unit (ESU) at Queen’s University has connected students in grades 5 to 12 with challenging and inspiring academics alongside the dynamic learning and living environment of university life. As a student supervisor, I: -Supervised, assisted and engaged with participants. I remained available to participants in residence through the night -Modeled and encouraged positive student behaviour, including fair‐play in sports and activities, cleanliness in the dining halls, and peace and privacy in residence -Monitored the safety and well‐being of assigned participants and be aware of their whereabouts at all times -Ensure that students arrive for meals, classes, and activities at assigned times. Ensured students in residence programs were in their assigned rooms at designated times -Collaborated and shared information with the coordinating team to ensure the safety, well‐being, and happiness of the students -Took an active role during student check‐in, welcoming students to Queen’s University campus and their ESU program -Assisted with clean‐up and program closing procedures at the end of each week

My Education

Take a look at my formal education

M.A. Psychology in Industrial and Organizational Psychology University of Guelph | 2023
Bachelor of Science, Honours in PsychologyQueen's University | 2021

About Me

Rahul Patel

Seeking remote contract position as a data scientist. Master's student in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Consultant, and Teaching Assistant for research methods and statistics. Email: [email protected]

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