Congratulations SAS Student Scholarship and Faculty Scholarship Winners!

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In today’s data-driven world, companies are looking for more analytical talent coming out of college. SAS helps by providing universities and colleges the tools to teach students these skills so they can be successful. One way for students to get a jump-start on their future career is to attend SAS Global Forum. Each year, the SAS Global Academic Program provides 20 students with scholarships to attend the annual conference. This includes waived conference registration, a pre-conference workshop, and conference meals. Congratulations to this year’s students!

Piboon Banpotsakun
National Institute of Development Administration (TH)
Degree Pursuing: MS Business Administration

Katherine Cai
Arizona State University (US)
Degree Pursuing: PhD Statistics

Sharat Dwibhasi
Oklahoma State University (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS Management Information Systems

Lauren Hall
University of North Texas Health Science Center (US)
Degree Pursuing: PhD Epidemiology

Kathryn Hillebrandt
Florida State University (US)
Degree Pursuing: PhD Mathematics

Jessica Jackson
University of North Texas (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS Economic Research

Karush Jaggi
Oklahoma State University (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS Management Information Systems

Opeyemi Jegede
University of North Texas Health Science Center (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS Epidemiology & Biostatistics

Keegan Johnson
University of North Texas (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS Economic Research

Verlin Joseph
Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS Epidemiology & Biostatistics

Danny Leonard
Texas A&M University (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS Analytics

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

Patrick McGowan
Vanderbilt University (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS Business Administration

Zabiulla Mohammed
Oklahoma State University (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS Management Information Systems

Denys Osipenko
University of Edinburgh (UK)
Degree Pursuing: PhD Management Science

Katie Pattison
Wake Technical Community College (US)
Degree Pursuing: Certificate, Business Analyst

William Pe
University of California Berkeley (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS Public Policy

Ryan Scolnik
Florida State University (US)
Degree Pursuing: PhD Biostatistics

Vijay Singh
Oklahoma State University (US)
Degree Pursuing: MS Management Information Systems

Christopher Yim
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (US)
Degree Pursuing: BS Statistics


In order to provide new talent for the corporate world, university and college professors need to stay ahead of the curve and be able to teach their students the latest and greatest technologies. Each year, SAS offers 10 Faculty Scholarships for professors, instructors and adjunct faculty to attend SAS Global Forum. The scholarship includes waived conference registration, pre-conference workshop and conference meals. Congratulations to this year’s SAS Faculty Scholarship Winners!

Thomas Brandenburger
Assistant Professor
South Dakota State University
Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Kelcey Ellis
Instructor
University of Central Florida
Department of Statistics

Mohammad Faysel
Assistant Professor
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Department of Medical Informatics

Sharon  Jones
High School Teacher
Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology
Career and Technical Education

Laura Kapitula
Assistant Professor
Grand Valley State University
Department of Statistics

Subhro Mitra
Assistant Professor
University of North Texas at Dallas
School of Business

Tony Ng
Associate Professor
Southern Methodist University
Department of Statistical Science

Alan Silva
Professor
University of Brasilia
Department of Statistics

Jim Wan
Professor
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Department of Preventive Medicine

Taras Zlupko
Associate Director, Academic Research and Analytics
University of Chicago
CRSP, Booth School of Business

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Jenna Green

Sr Associate Training Operations Specialist

Jenna Green is part of the Global Academic Program in SAS’ Education Division where she manages the Student Programs. She works with college and university students looking to attend SAS Global Forum and other user conferences to have the opportunity to present their research to fellow peers. She also works with high schools in the local area to highlight the importance of STEM.

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