Shruthi Anand secured a major speaker for the GBA's February event: social entrepreneur Arunachalam Muruganantham, who appeared on Time magazine’s 2014 list of “The 100 Most Influential People.”
An accident left Kyle Duran paralyzed from the chest down. But that won't stop him from earning his B.B.A. in finance.
A graduate research assistantship position enabled Youssef Zniber to fully focus on his studies. He's completed some really interesting projects, like calculating the cost of health insurance based on customers' personal habits and traits as well as predicting the value of soccer players.
A graduate research assistantship position enabled Ariane Lara to pursue a dual degree in risk. A self-proclaimed math nerd, she aims to work in the risk department for a large corporation.
People analytics plays a huge role in the HR function. Carla Vasquez, a talent scout at State Farm, is taking the A.I. Business Innovation certificate so she can better articulate the data behind her decisions and recommendations.
BriGette McCoy built the prototype for a platform that provides a virtual mentoring community for women. Through small peer groups, participants can learn concepts and practice those skills in a safe space.
Ross Cado is exploring how blockchain can be used across industries: securing the mobile voting experience, streamlining supply chains, and motivating people to complete daily chores.
Despite having no previous programming experience, Kennedy Crandell has picked up a lot of skills: Python, predictive models, linear regression, and the k-nearest neighbors algorithm.
Through his Innovation Studio course, Eric Scoggins not only built the technology back-end to make this happen but also developed a strategic plan to get colleagues on board.
The nonprofit arena is an incredibly competitive space. The more technology George Greenidge can use to reach new audiences, the better.