Syracuse’s Susan Dischiave on building data management skills
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Susan Dischiave is a Professor in the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University. She explains how data science is crucial in terms of understanding how to use data to make better business decisions.
What are the key skills today’s students need? They need to be good problem solvers and possess the innovative and creative mindset to be able to look at data management with a fresh eye.
Susan has been involved in the IBM Academic Initiative for many years and uses an IBM Z-Series System 10 for experiential learning to help students process large amounts of data.