Master of Science in Analytics (MSA) degree candidates Patrick Hall and Ryan Snyder have been named SAS Student Ambassadors. Hall and Snyder were recognized for their work in combining Base SAS data step programming with the Java Processing Graphics library to create a scalable, flexible protocol for generating data-driven graphics. The SAS Student Ambassador Program recognizes and supports students who use SAS technologies in innovative ways that benefit their respective industries and fields of study. Hall and Snyder are two of a small number of students selected for the honor from a global pool of candidates. The new awards bring the total to 5 MSA candidates to receive the honor since 2008.