Registration is now open for the WiDS-Raleigh @ Institute for Advanced Analytics 2021 Responsible Machine Learning conference to be held June 3-4. The event is completely online and free to attend. Organized by the Institute’s Drs. Shaina Race and Andrea Villanes in cooperation with RTI International, the 2-day conference will coincide with the annual Women in Data Science Worldwide conference hosted by Stanford University.
The Institute invites prospective students to join our faculty and alumni for upcoming webinars on topics ranging from data ethics to storytelling with data. Sign-up now for the next webinar. Learn More
Dr. Christopher West has been promoted to the position of Teaching Associate Professor. A member of the Institute since 2015, West earned his Ph.D. from Old Dominion University in 2006. He leads the Institute’s practicum, the experiential learning component of the MSA curriculum. Prior to joining the Institute, West was a USAF engineering officer and faculty member at the Air Force Institute of Technology.
Looking to hire a data analytics professional in 2021? The Master of Science in Analytics (MSA) Class of ’21 resume book is now available. Prospective employers interested in reviewing 118 candidates graduating in May, should contact us directly to receive a free copy. The Institute’s career services team is ready to assist you in connecting with our students.
The Institute welcomes applicants for the Master of Science in Analytics (MSA) Class of 2022, which will begin studies in June 2021. The MSA is the nation’s longest running full-fledged master’s degree program in data science with an unparalleled track record for producing highly sought-after graduates. Learn more and the application process and deadlines. Here are a few answers to prospective applicants’ common questions: Continue reading “Applying for the Class of ’22”
Three months into their eight-month practicum projects, students in NC State’s Master of Science in Analytics (MSA) Class of 2021 are deep in the throes of data analysis, applying the techniques they are concurrently learning in the classroom to solve their sponsors’ business problems. In the coming weeks, they will work with Institute faculty and staff to practice and fine-tune the midpoint presentations they’ll deliver to their sponsoring organizations in December. Continue reading →
The Carolina Data Challenge, a data science hackathon that takes place annually at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, brought together 261 competitors racing to submit projects within 24 hours. The Institute was represented by the team of Malia Dunn-Reier, Namrata Jumani, Conor Lynch, and Jeron Russell, who placed 2nd at the 2020 event. Continue reading →
NC State’s Master of Science in Analytics (MSA) Class of 2021 students, in 24 teams, have commenced their eight-month practicum projects. After signing non-disclosure agreements, teams completed kickoff meetings with their sponsor organizations to better understand the context of the business problems they’ve been tasked with solving. Using the scrum system of project management, Continue reading →
Dr. Sarah Egan Warren has joined the Institute faculty as Teaching Assistant Professor. A full-time member of the Institute’s staff since 2015, Dr. Egan Warren completed her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development earlier this year before transitioning to the faculty. Previously, Dr. Egan Warren was the Institute’s head of Technical Communication. In her new role, Dr. Egan Warren will guide the Institute’s efforts in positioning the MSA curriculum as a leader in producing data scientists who are highly effective communicators.
The Institute is delighted to announce its practicum sponsors for the Master of Science in Analytics (MSA) Class of 2021. Student teams are tasked with projects from 24 sponsoring organizations. Once agina this year the Institute welcomes an impressive line-up of new and returning sponsors to work with our students over the next 8 months, Continue reading “Practicum Sponsors Announced”
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which adversely affected the normal placement process for the Class of ’20, the Institute extended its placement process beyond graduation in May and through the summer months. An Addendum to the 2020 Employment Report was released today to summarize the results of the Class of ’20 placement 90-days post post graduation. The Class of ’20 achieved a placement rate of 95%, becoming the thirteenth consecutive cohort to exceed 90% placement since the Institute’s inception in 2007.