Feb 22, 2013

Wagner Student to Lead SXSW Edu Conference's Workshop on Social Media

Higher education professionals know they need to use social media. But what about the analytics? Does one need fancy software? Is it necessary to pay the big bucks for a company to get this done?

Amanda Alampi, an MPA student at NYU Wagner who also works as a social media strategist at Sunshine, Sachs & Associates, is heading to the SXSW Edu Conference in Austin, Texas, to address these questions and lead a March 4th workshop on the new data landscape for higher education professionals.

It will be titled “Big Data, Big Problems? Beginner Guide to Analytics.”

Amanda’s also planning to deliver a TEDx talk in the spring. More details to come!


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