Live Webinar

SAS® Academic Programs: Resources + Support for Educators

This webinar provides an overview of the resources and support offered by the SAS Academic Programs.

Oct. 28 • 1 p.m. ET • Cost: Complimentary

About the webinar

Around the world, SAS supports education initiatives that promote learning for all and build a global community of innovators.

Part of that is our broad and deep investment in higher education, including the resources and support we offer to educators, students, researchers and independent learners at little to no cost.

In this webinar, our experts will explain how the SAS Academic Programs can help you gain analytical skills, build courses, create degree programs, grant certificates, conduct research, network with other SAS users and more.

What you'll learn:

  • Why SAS is committed to helping students gain in-demand skills in analytics and data science.
  • Which free and low-cost resources are available to educators who want to teach a SAS course or sharpen their own skills.
  • Where to find professional development opportunities, including workshops and online training.
  • How educators and students can get access to free and low-cost SAS software options.

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About the Experts

Speaker 1

Cheryl Cass, PhD, Senior Global Academic Program Manager, SAS

Prior to joining SAS in 2019, Cheryl Cass served as a teaching professor and Director of Undergraduate Programs in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at North Carolina State University. Cass taught engineering students at all levels, developed new courses and directed the senior capstone program in her department. As Director, she focused on engineering curriculum development, assessment and accreditation, and student recruitment and mentoring.
 

Speaker 2

Liz Moran, Senior Global Academic Program Manager, SAS

Prior to joining SAS in 2018, Liz Moran spent 15 years serving in various administrative roles in public higher education, most recently as Assistant Dean of Academic Programs in the College of Textiles at North Carolina State University. Her experience includes working in admissions, enrollment management, student development, online education, global engagement and curriculum development.
 

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