Posts Tagged ‘ stem ’

It’s raining analytics

January 15, 2013
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I'm always looking for ways to make my job sound more relevant to people who ask me, "so what does SAS do?" SAS does so much that I can't possibly list it all, so I need some umbrella terms that can capture the essence of it (and still keep the
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Quantum Football, Electron Preschoolers, and Schrodinger’s STEM

December 8, 2010
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At this time of year as fans debate over the best players in college football, quantum mechanics combines with college sports to produce the Heisman uncertainty principal: you cannot know who has won the trophy until it is announced, and so you ha...
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Computer Science isn’t just for geeks anymore

December 7, 2010
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Computer science is more than the pursuit of "let's see what we can make this computer do." If that's your only goal, then you might make a fine computer geek, but a lousy computer scientist. In her blog post for Computer Science Education Week,...
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Celebrate Computer Science Education Week with SAS: December 5-11

November 30, 2010
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Next week we'll be celebrating Computer Science Education Week. SAS is a partner in this event, which makes complete sense because we have a vested interest in creating more computer scientists. After all, SAS does employ a lot of them. When I ...
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