Bill Noel, MS Applied Mathematics ’12, will speak to students on Friday, March 28, 2014, about his career as a web analyst. Bill will speak from 2:30–3:30 p.m. in Stright Hall, room 327.
Web analyst is a position that is emerging in our
data-driven society. The goal of this presentation is to bring awareness
to the web analyst field, provide a day in the life of a web analyst, and show
some useful tools that are used by web analysts. With virtually everything
online being trackable, the benefits are endless for companies employing
people who love data. Companies are investing thousands, even millions of
dollars with insights they are gaining from web analysts. With the world
becoming more and more digitally focused, the opportunities are only going to
increase for people with strong analytic skills. There is a huge lack of
awareness for this field, especially among math majors.
After this presentation
is complete, you will have a better understanding of whether or not being a web
analyst is for you.
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