Congratulations 2013 SAS Student Ambassadors!

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Ever wondered where to find SAS talent?  The SAS Global Academic Program works with colleges and universities around the world to support the use of SAS for teaching, research and skill development.  Several programs are available to help develop the next generation of SAS talent. The SAS Student Ambassador Program recognizes the top student researchers around the world who are using SAS in innovative ways to benefit their fields of study.  SAS is pleased to announce the 2013 SAS Student Ambassadors. Come and meet these impressive students as they present their work at SAS Global Forum. If you are unable to attend SAS Global Forum, you can learn more about these students and their work in SAS Student Ambassador brochure.

Congratulations 2013 SAS Student Ambassadors!

Lucy D’Agostino
Washington University School of Medicine (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS in Biostatistics

Leonard Gordon
University of Kentucky (US)
Degree Pursuing: PhD in Epidemiology & Biostatistics

Ignacio A. Inoa
Université de Cergy-Pontoise (FR)
Degree Pursuing: PhD in Economics

Michael Keith, Jr.
University of Pennsylvania (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS in Statistics, Measurement, Assessment, and Research

Cally Ong
Singapore Management University (SG)
Degree Pursuing: MS in IT in Business

David Isaias Maradiaga Pineda
Louisiana State University (US)
Degrees Pursuing: MS in Analytics and PhD Agricultural Economics

Aude L. Pujula
Louisiana State University (US)
Degree Pursuing: PhD  in Agricultural Economics

Mantosh Kumar Sarkar
Oklahoma State University (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS in Management Information Systems

Deanna N. Schreiber-Gregory
North Dakota State University (US)
Degrees Pursuing: BS in Psychology and BS in Statistics

Whitney Smiley
University of South Carolina (US)
Degree Pursuing: PhD in Educational Psychology and Research

Congratulations 2013 SAS Student Ambassador Honorable Mentions!

Christine Bonney
University of Pennsylvania (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS in Statistics, Measurement, Assessment, and Research Technology

Jenna Colavincenzo
University of Pittsburgh (US)
Degree Pursuing: PhD in Biostatistics

Mihaela Ene
University of South Carolina (US)
Degree Pursuing: PhD in Educational Psychology, Research and Measurement

Yun Gao
California State University Long Beach (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS in Applied Statistics

Elizabeth Leslie
Kennesaw State University (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS in Applied Statistics

Chelsea Lofland
University of California, Santa Cruz (US)
Degree Pursuing: PhD in Statistics and Applied Math

Pei-Chin Lu
University of Northern Colorado (US)
Degree Pursuing: PhD in Applied Statistics and Research Methods

Stephen Mistler
Arizona State University (US)
Degree Pursuing: PhD in Quantitative Research Methods

Srikar Rayabaram
Oklahoma State University (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS in Management Information Systems

Lucheng Shao
University of California at Irvine (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS in Statistics

For more information about the SAS Global Academic Program and how we can help you develop or find SAS skills, visit the website  or contact studentprograms@sas.com.

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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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