Students & Educators

Discover how SAS is shaping tomorrow’s brightest analytical minds

Students & Educators
Brandy Mann 0
So what is SAS?

Actually, we get that question a lot. Curriculum Pathways is just one education product of SAS, a global leader in data analytics – that “Big Data” thing you may have heard about. In fact, SAS has over 200 software solutions, many for helping education. While Curriculum Pathways has been around

Students & Educators
Ralph Moore 0
The Problem Solvers

Spend time with educators and a few simple truths emerge: There is never enough time, resources are constrained, requirements grow more complex, and so on, and so on. If you travel to enough education-related conferences, the refrains become all too predictable. Yet at these same conferences, you learn about people

Students & Educators
Ralph Moore 0
GEAR UP North Carolina

The high school dropout rate in the United States is simply abysmal. Dr. Jim Goodnight, the CEO of SAS, has cited this problem as a core reason for developing SAS Curriculum Pathways and for providing it at no cost. Many outstanding organizations are working to increase graduation rates, and we

Students & Educators
Kim Darnofall 0
Next stop, graduate school?

Bob Rodriguez wants students to think about statistics in three important ways: as a skill, a tool and a profession. “Too many people think about statistics as a ‘bunch of numbers’,” said Rodriguez, Senior Director, Advanced Analytics in R&D and immediate past president of the American Statistical Association, speaking to

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