Work & Life at SAS

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Work & Life at SAS
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The art of asking, “What if?”

We’re problem solvers, explorers and knowledge seekers – always asking, “What if?” At SAS, your curiosity matters – whether you’re developing algorithms, sharing stories, or answering critical questions. Curiosity is one of our core values, and it influences everything we do here at SAS – even the art that adorns

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Ryan Wands 0
#WFM Healthy Habits

This year has been a turbulent one in a very short three months. Being tossed into the storm meant finding a new way to balance work and life when the two are forced to exist in the same shared space. We may not have chosen this situation, but it is

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Alyssa Grube 0
Working from home. With kids.

Over the last few weeks, the world has experienced unprecedented events. The current situation with COVID-19 continues to develop rapidly, and it’s requiring parents to think outside the box to solve problems – from home. With their new, sometimes invasive co-workers. Their kids. Parents don’t cease to be parents when

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Ryan Wands 0
We Get to Do This

I have always been an active person. From a young age I was taught to be curious and experience the world in whatever way I could. One of the most effective ways for me to experience the world is through movement -  sweating through a particularly intense workout, hiking through

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Page Cvelich 0
Parents as Coaches

In my parenting class, I talk about the 3 C’s of parenting teens—remain CALM, stay CONNECTED, and be CURIOUS. In this blogpost, I want to focus on being curious because if you take this approach in parenting your  teen (or even your young adult), it will force you to slow

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Rebecca Allen 0
Give Your Heart a Break

Introducing Guest Blogger: Shelly Starling Shelly is a Fitness/Wellness intern at the Recreation and Fitness Center.  She is pursuing an Associates degree in Health and Fitness Science at Wake Technical Community College.  Her interest in mind/body connection led her to pursue her 200 hour yoga certification in 2017.  She enjoys

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