Faculty to host virtual info session on March 9

Friday, March 5, 2021
Students in a computer science class at UNH Manchester

With an explosion of big data initiatives in organizations worldwide, the demand for data-savvy individuals has never been higher. Computing drives innovation in all economic sectors, from business to science to entertainment. That's why UNH Manchester's majors in analytics and data science, computer science and computer information systems are designed to give you the hands-on learning and real-world experience for a lucrative career in virtually any industry.

Computing Programs Virtual Info Session
Tuesday, March 9 | 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Register today

Join us for a virtual info session on March 9 at 5:30 p.m. to meet faculty, hear success stories of our graduates and learn how the real-world experience you’ll get at UNH Manchester prepares you for your future. The virtual info session will be led by computing lecturer Tim Chadwick, who brings industry experience in manufacturing, media, education, bioinformatics and emerging internet performance to his classroom. Before joining the faculty at UNH Manchester, Chadwick was principal engineer at Dyn, a cloud-based Internet Performance Management company. Over six years, he helped Dyn grow to ultimate Oracle acquisition by leading the charge on all things data and database.

Chadwick's research interests include graph theory, operations research and the connections between bioinformatics and public health.  Currently, Tim pursues these research interests with Steve Strassman, a research scientist at the Wyss Institute.

Learn more about Professor Chadwick and UNH Manchester's computing programs at our virtual info session on Tuesday, March 9 at 5:30 p.m. RSVP today

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