Students Reflect – Fall Semester with the International MA in Maritime Civilizations

By Sara Macke & Peri Buch, students of MA program in Maritime Civilizations, 2017-2018 Cohort. February 25 marked the first day of our second semester as students of the International MA in Maritime Civilizations. The past semester has consisted of a wide and extensive array of classes from micropaleontology to historiography to ship construction, not to forget … More Students Reflect – Fall Semester with the International MA in Maritime Civilizations

Student Spotlight: Elisabeth Bachhuber

By Elisabeth Bachhuber, a student of MA program in Peace and Conflict Management, 2017-2018 Cohort. Hey everyone! My name is Elisabeth, but most people just call me Elli. Elisabeth sounds far to serious…Even though I like to be serious from time to time, I generally prefer encountering people around me on cordial terms. Coming from Germany – … More Student Spotlight: Elisabeth Bachhuber

Statistics, Big Data, and the Future

By Chen Chang, a student of MA program in Statistics, 2017-2018 Cohort.   What is the most promising job in the coming future? Many will say data science. In recent years, big data and artificial intelligence (AI) have already changed our life in a overwhelming way. Online shopping, shared economy, machine learning…… All these high technologies have … More Statistics, Big Data, and the Future

Student Spotlight: Alex Gorman-Chamness

By Alex Gorman-Chamness, a student of MA program in Peace and Conflict Management, 2017-2018 Cohort. My name is Alex I’m 27 and from the U.S. I received a Bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies, a minor in Middle-Eastern Studies from CSU, Chico and a certification of language proficiency from San Jose State University. My undergraduate degree really exploded … More Student Spotlight: Alex Gorman-Chamness