Learn more about the evolutionary field of data science and how it has changed the way firms in many industries operate. Our speaker, Jonathan Vogan, will highlight how he has seen changes in this technology throughout his professional career and how data science is revolutionizing the workforce from an IT and organizational perspective. He will also address how he feels data science will change in the years to come.
This panel will feature young alumni (those who have been out of school for 1-3 years) and will focus on current careers, professional endeavors, and “what’s next” for them professionally. The panelists will discuss how similar/different the working world is from student life and how their perspective has changed since being in our shoes.
Hear from past Temple teams who participated in different competition tracks of the annual AIS SCLC! They will discuss their projects, their inspiration, tools they used, their strategies, and their overall experience at the national conference and competition. This workshop will also focus more on how to maneuver through the case studies and emerging technology challenges that students may not be familiar with.
A new job or internship can be exciting, but overwhelming. In addition to the new schedule and learning the job, a new employee in a client-facing role will often be put in an unfamiliar situation where they have to manage their first client experience.
Danielle Wurst and Kira Greenlee from Grant Thornton will lead this workshop, where you will learn how you should interact with your first major clients, making a good impression on them, and ultimately preparing you for success in managing that new relationship!
Analytics Challenge Workshop
Please join us to hear our student presenters: Nathan Pham, Chi Pham, Cong Ngo, and Quyen Le discuss their “Data Analytics Challenge” projects, inspiration, tools they used, strategies, and their overall experience. This workshop will focus on tips and tricks on ways to analyze data accurately and present it persuasively in terms of data visualization and oral presentation.
What HR Won't Tell You - What's Really Involved in Selecting a Job: The Real Story of IT Career Paths
Recent MIS Alums Rhea Prabhu (Grant Thornton), Quy Le (AmerisourceBergen), and Ian Usher (NBCUniversal) will tell the real story about career paths in a panel moderated by Dr. Munir Mandviwalla on September 14, 2018 at Noon. To help you select the best job and career path, the panel will cover the pros and cons of large firms, Big 5, startups, and tech firms in the context of career advancement, location, learning, networking, work-life balance, compensation, culture and other factors.