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Data analytics is an interdisciplinary area of study which includes mathematics and statistics, computer science, and a field of application (e.g. business, biology, chemistry, political science, psychology, ...). The minor in data analytics is an excellent supplement for any major program, and since many of the courses are only two credits or count towards the Core, it is relatively easy to fit into almost any 4-year major program. Students will learn to manage data, program a computer in different languages, and apply statistical, data mining, and machine learning techniques to solve real world problems. A capstone project requires students to address a data analytic problem from problem statement and formulation to completion by reporting results to an appropriate professional audience.
John Angelis, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Management, Business Department
Dr. Angelis previously worked for General Electric and the United States government. His research focuses on entrepreneurship and technology issues for small businesses and startups, and also studying the intersection of innovation (whether open or closed) and social networks. Dr. Angelis specializes in teaching courses in technology/innovation and operations management.
Dmitriy Krichevskiy, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Economics, Business Department
Dr. Krichevskiy is a former research associate in the Lumina Project at Florida International University and was an engineering manager at Fontainebleau Hilton in Miami. His research specialty is econometrics.
Tim McDevitt, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics, Math Department
Dr. McDevitt is a professor of mathematics in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Elizabethtown College. He is an applied mathematician who previously worked for the U.S. Department of Defense with research interests including numerical analysis and cryptology.
Emma Neuhauser, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Finance, Business Department
Dr. Neuhauser’s research interests include corporate finance, corporate governance, financial engineering and securities, financial institution and markets, and investments. She has held a variety of positions at a number of institutions including Redback Networks Systems Canada Inc. and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China. She brings with her experience as a quantitative research analyst, system verification engineer, business consultant, and project manager.
Kristen Waughen, Ph.D.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Computer Science Department
Dr. Waughen previously worked for Rite Aid and Kodak Imaging Services and she worked as a software engineer in the medical field. Her research focuses on database management, data analysis, and digital forensics.
Sylvester Williams, J.D., M.B.A., C.C.L.E.
Associate Professor of Business Law, Business Department
Dr. Williams formerly worked as a legislative aide for the United States Senate Foreign Affairs Committee; the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs; as a policy advisor for Vice President George Bush; for the State Department handling economic development issues in Latin America; for the Federal Communications Commission as a staff attorney; and for Time Warner. Most recently, he was COO/General Counsel for a start-up internet company in Philadelphia.
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