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Discovery Informatics Major Explores Digital Content Distribution Internship (College of Charleston)

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Published on Jun 21, 2012

As a discovery informatics major, Lee Blackwell is perfecting her data mining, analytic, and machine learning skills. She knows there are dozens of companies who will be recruiting her when she graduates. For the past two years, she has interned at a Charleston-based company founded by alumni. At BiblioLabs, a global leader in digital content distribution, she is using what she has learned in the classroom to make an impact in the business.
BiblioLabs is a big believer in the College of Charleston education. In fact, alumni founded the company and four of the seven newest hires are graduates, a ratio pretty consistent within the entire company. BiblioLabs also offers a full four-year scholarship for computer science majors. Read more here: http://news.cofc.edu/2012/04/12/schol...

The College of Charleston was the first U.S. university to offer an undergraduate degree in discovery informatics degree. Our graduates are prepared for high-paying jobs and graduate programs, because the program teaches them how to use the tools and problem-solving skills of mathematics and computer science as a way to obtain information from large, multidimensional datasets, data streams and complex systems. Whether you plan to enter the workforce or pursue graduate degrees, this ground-breaking program will challenge you intellectually and prepare you to be a leader in the business of knowledge acquisition and knowledge management.

DI integrates math and computing.

You can choose from among 14 cognate disciplines from which to practice and learn.

DI graduates obtain high starting salaries and prestigious grad school offers.

More about discovery informatics: http://www.cofc.edu/academics/majorsa...

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