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Becoming More than a Data Engineer

I remember entering building “A” at AT&T the same way I remember my first day of college: excited, eager and anxious. I remembered something that the career advisors at the iSchool told me: one of the key experiences during your time as a graduate student is doing an internship. Gaining work experience is key for… Read the full article…



Reflecting on my Italian Summer

Throughout my time at Essére Atelier in Florence this summer, I learned so much about the world of marketing as well as global perspectives. A Life-changing Summer This experience made me think again about the classes that I will be taking during my next 2 years. While I loved getting to work in the social… Read the full article…


Digitizing Books and Holocaust Survivor Memoirs

The library has committed itself to providing digital versions of items and resources in the collection as a way to expand access. This includes acquiring digital materials, such as purchasing e-books, and digitizing existing parts of the collection. The library even has Digitization Librarian, who works to manage all of these different projects and materials…. Read the full article…


Pushing My Skills in Software Engineering

I have two weeks remaining and next week I will be presenting my summer project to my fellow interns, managers, and URBN executives. I love learning hands-on, so this blog post is a great opportunity for me to reflect, share some new knowledge, and a few skills I have learned.  The Command Line The first… Read the full article…




Why Data Scientists Are In Demand

Today, one of the sexiest job titles is “Data Scientist.” Have you ever wondered why there is a sudden increase in the demand for this position over the past few years? A very simple answer would be that over the last decade there’s been a gigantic explosion in the data generated (Big Data) and retained… Read the full article…