Susan Slaughter

Everybody Needs Career Development

In Everything, SAS, SAS Global Forum on April 20, 2019 at 2:37 pm

This year I’ve had the honor of helping to recruit speakers for the Career Development area at SAS Global Forum. We have some fantastic presentations that everyone can benefit from whether you are a student, a new graduate, or a mid-career professional.

I particularly recommend the panel discussion (Career Advice We’d Give to Our Kids) Tuesday April 30, 3:00-4:00 in Level 2, Ballroom C4. The panelists (Shelley Blozis, AnnMaria De Mars, Paul LaBrec) are all great so this should be both informative and entertaining.

The following presentations are listed in order by day and time. As you scroll through this list, you may notice that most (but not all!) of these presentations are in Level 1 Room D168.

Poster (available every day)
Tips to Ensure Success in Your New SAS Project
Flora Fang Liu

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

10:00-11:00 Level 1, D168
Don’t Just Survive, Thrive! A Learning- Based Strategy for a Modern Organization Centered Around SAS
Jovan Marjanovic

11:00-12:00 Level 1, D168
The Power of Know-How: Pump Up Your Professional Value by Refining Your SAS Skills
Gina Huff

1:00-1:15 Level 2, Exhibit Hall D, Super Demo 12
SAS Programming Exam Moves to Performance-Based Format
Mark Stevens

1:30-2:00 Level 1, D168
The Why and How of Teaching SAS to High School Students
Jennifer Richards

2:00-2:30 Level 1, D168
Puzzle Me, Puzzle You: How a Thought Experiment Became a Rubik’s Cube Among a Set of Fun Puzzles
Amit Patel, Lewis Mitchell

2:30-3:00 Level 1, D168
How to Land Work as a SAS Professional
Charu Shankar

3:00-3:15 Level 2, Exhibit Hall D, Super Demo 12
Take SAS Certification Exams from Home Online Proctored
Terry Barham

3:00-4:00 Level 2, Ballroom C4
Panel Discussion: Career Advice We’d Give to Our Kids
Shelley Blozis, AnnMaria De Mars, Paul LaBrec

3:00-4:00 Level 1, D168
How To Be an Effective Statistician
Alexander Schacht

4:00-5:00 Level 1, D168
Stories from the Trenches: Tips and Techniques for Career Advancement from a SAS Industry Recruiter
Molly Hall

5:00-5:30 Level 1, D168
How to HOW: Hands-on- Workshops Made Easy
Chuck Kincaid

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

10:00-11:00 Level 2, Ballroom C3
Tell Me a Data Story
Kat Greenbrook

10:00-11:00 Level 2 Ballroom C4
The Good, The Bad, and The Creepy: Why Data Scientists Need to Understand Ethics
11:00 Jennifer Priestley

11:30-12:00 Level 1, D168
New to SAS? Helpful Hints for Developing Your Own Professional Development Plan
Kelly Smith

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