Mihaela Ene, a graduate research assistant in the College of Education’s South Carolina Educational Policy Center, was recently named one of 15 SAS Student Ambassadors selected from around the world.
Ene has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Educational Psychology, Research and Measurement at the College of Education. Her work at the South Carolina Educational Policy Center focuses on projects related to school climate, summer learning loss and magnet programs.
Ene recently presented Multilevel Models for Categorical Data Using SAS PROC GLIMMIX: The Basics at the SAS Global Forum in Dallas on behalf of her team.
“I am extremely proud of Mihaela and of the honor that she brings to the College and the Policy Center with this distinctive award,” notes policy center director Dr. Diane Monrad.
The SAS Student Ambassador Program is a competitive program designed to recognize and support students who are using SAS technologies in innovative ways that benefit their respective fields of study.