Congratulations to the 2012 SAS Student Ambassadors!


The wait is almost over. SAS Global Forum is just around the corner and I can’t wait to get to Orlando and experience all the conference has to offer!  One thing I am particularly excited about is the fact this year’s conference will host 38 students and faculty from academia who are attending as part of some form of SAS Global Forum Scholarship.  Eleven of these scholarship winners are the 2012 SAS Student Ambassadors.  Students from 13 countries applied for the opportunity to be a SAS Student Ambassador.  These student researchers were selected as Ambassadors because their work exemplifies the use of SAS technologies in innovative ways that benefit their respective fields of study.

Meet the 2012 SAS Student Ambassadors!

Philippe Baecke – Ghent University

Aaron Daniels – Cary Academy

Patrick Hall – North Carolina State University

Manoj Immadi – Oklahoma State University

Lori Miller – Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, University of California Davis

Merlande Petit-Bois – University of South Florida

Zubair Shaik – Oklahoma State University

Ryan Snyder – North Carolina State University

Ning Song – Oklahoma State University

Jacob Warwick – Cary Academy

Yi-Fang Wu – University of Iowa

I hope you are heading to SAS Global Forum. If you are, be sure to look for these amazing students and find out more about how they use SAS. Congratulations to this year’s SAS Student Ambassadors!


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Julie Petlick

SAS Student Programs Manager

Julie Petlick works in the SAS Education Division as part of the Global Academic Program team. Julie is responsible for the SAS Student Program and is dedicated to supporting teaching and learning.

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  1. I like to thank SAS and OSU Data Mining Program, Dr. Goutam Chakraborty, Founder of the program and Oklahoma State University for their continuous support, encroachment and guidance in our learning and keeping us up to date of latest technologies and market needs.

    Thanks Dr. Goutam Chakraborty .. It was impossible without your support.

    I would recommend SAS and OSU Data Mining Program for everyone who wants to learn Data Mining and Analytic.

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