MSA Share20 Class of 2022

MSA Share20s are an opportunity for students to present to their classmates about relevant and interesting topics. Students work with Dr. Sarah Egan Warren to prepare their presentations and deliver their talks at lunchtime. The talks last up to 20 minutes with 10 minutes of time for questions. The speakers Continue reading MSA Share20 Class of 2022

Five Minutes with Anu Jagtap-Chatterjee ’13

Anu Jagtap-Chatterjee has established herself as a well-rounded marketing and corporate strategy professional who leads and collaborates with global analytical teams. She is among the 22% of our 1,110 alumni who held advanced degrees when they entered the MSA program. Anu earned bachelor’s and master’s of commerce degrees from the Continue reading Five Minutes with Anu Jagtap-Chatterjee ’13

Data Science & Science Fiction in Television – A Selection

While data analytics is a relatively young field, popular culture has portrayed the intimate details of the science through fiction. Two such works, the television shows Person of Interest and Westworld, capture many nuances of data science and the challenges data scientists face. This post will look at some of Continue reading Data Science & Science Fiction in Television – A Selection

The Relative Importance of Region and Vaccination in Predicting COVID-19 Cases in U.S. Counties

At the beginning of Summer 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic looked to be behind us. Cases, hospitalizations, and deaths were at the lowest levels since the beginning of the pandemic, spurred by what appeared to be a combination of warm weather and increasing vaccinations. However, the emergence of the Delta Variant Continue reading The Relative Importance of Region and Vaccination in Predicting COVID-19 Cases in U.S. Counties