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OSU awards data mining, business analytics certificates to a number of graduates

Monday, December 15, 2014

The Spears School of Business teamed up with long-time partner SAS, a leading provider of business analytics software, to award 14 graduate students with data mining and business analytics certificates during Oklahoma State University’s Fall 2014 Graduate College Commencement on Friday.
Data mining, business analytics graduates
Dean Ken Eastman (far left), Vice Dean Ramesh Sharda (second from left) and Goutam Chakraborty (second from right) congratulate students who earned data mining and business analytics certificates during OSU's Fall 2014 Graduate College Commencement.
The students earning their SAS and OSU certificates are:
  • Temesgen E. Helsabo, Data Mining
  • Anup KC, Data Mining
  • Zabiulla Mohammed, Data Mining
  • Vinay Karumanchi, Data Mining
  • Benjamin Lee Ensor, Data Mining
  • Vinayak Ramchandra Sawant, Data Mining
  • Samuel Pakho Cheung, Data Mining
  • Raghavender Reddy Byreddy, Predictive Analytics
  • Balamurugan Mohan, Predictive Analytics
  • Anvesh Reddy Minukuri, Predictive Analytics
  • Steven B. Zeiler, Business Analytics
  • Jordan Elizabeth Lusnak, Business Analytics
  • Austin Shrader, Business Analytics
  • Gloria Christine Nichols, Business Analytics
OSU’s nationally recognized program is led by Goutam Chakraborty, professor of marketing and founder of the SAS and OSU data mining and analytics program. “I am very proud of our students who have earned these joint certificates awarded by OSU and SAS,” Chakraborty said. “Students earning these certificates represent diverse education and technical backgrounds and I am very happy with their performances in the certificate program. Congratulations to all of them.” For information about the SAS and OSU Data Mining and Analytics certificate program visit, or contact Chakraborty at 405-744-7644 or by email:
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