Knight Digital Media Speaker Series January 2012
How to Tell Stories with Data (Really)
Edward Segel did computer-driven macroeconomic research at the hedge fund Bridgewater Associates after receiving a philosophy degree from Harvard University. This data-intensive research prompted Segel to pursue a Symbolic Systems MS degree at Stanford, focusing on data visualization and computational linguistics. Most recently, Segel has combined financial visualization and interactive storytelling at Bloomberg LP. He is now completing an MBA at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
Film executive produced by UC Berkeley alum Pamela Harris (’07) and Vivian Kleiman receives Oscar nomination
Samuel G. Freedman | The AIDS Reporting of Jeff Schmalz and How It Transformed The NY Times on Wednesday, February 24th