A Career Panel Discussion focusing on Opportunities in
People Analytics–Talent Management–HR Information Systems–Business Intelligence–Human Capital Big Data–Organization Change Management–Other HR Specialities
Date/Time: Wed, Nov 11th, 5-6:30pm
Location: NYU Brooklyn MetroTech Campus, Wunsch Building, 2nd Floor.
Accomodation will be made for participants to connect remotely online.
(Pizza and beverages will be provided)
You are invited to this career panel of industry professionals as they discuss the wide range of new and emerging career opportunities for graduates in a variety of majors ranging from psychology and liberal arts to engineering and computer science – plus everything in-between. The discussion will also include how one can prepare to enter such challenging and rewarding careers.
And, if you can answer ‘Yes’ to at least one of the following questions, then attending this panel discussion is definitely for you:
- Are you interested in working on cutting-edge people issues in organizations?
- Do you have quantitative or IT skills that you would like to apply to solving management problems?
- Does a field with large numbers of job openings and great opportunities for career advancement appeal to you?
Panelists are all experts in a variety of people-related specialties and graduates or faculty from the Organizational Behavior, Systems & Analytics Program at NYU. They come from the following sectors & companies:
Facebook, Pat Caputo, People Research Scientist
AIG, Nathan Rubin (OB’14), Talent Management Analyst
AXA, Richard Migdalski (OB ‘10), HR Business Partner
Morgan Stanley, Alexandra dePolo (OB’14), Manager, Business Intelligence
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Roy Altman, HRIS Manager of Analytics & Application Architecture
Moderator, Harold G. Kaufman, Professor of Management and Director, Organizational Behavior, Systems & Analytics Program, NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Organizational Behavior, Systems & Analytics Program
Department of Technology Management & Innovation
Society for Human Resource Management – Student Chapter
NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development | Brooklyn