Class of 2020 MS Spotlight: Luke Bamburoski and Niyati Shenoi

Next up in our Class of 2020 Spotlight series are Luke Bamburoski and Niyati Shenoi, both graduates of the MS in Business Analytics program:

Luke Bamburoksi ’20 (MS in Business Analytics)

Bamburoski_Luke_LoRezWhere are you headed after graduation?
I accepted a position as a senior associate in program finance at L3Harris in Rochester, NY.

What was your favorite class and why?
My favorite class was Predictive and Causal Analytics taught by Professor Avery Haviv. We learned to integrate multiple domains of analytics to answer complex business questions. Also, I really enjoyed all of the business cases that Professor Haviv incorporated.

If you could use three words to describe your MS experience, what would they be?
Growth, friends, and collaboration.

What have you learned that will help you most in your new role?
The program taught me how to systematically approach a business problem and develop a plan to integrate multiple data sources and analytical techniques to inform a solution.

What is your favorite Simon memory?
My favorite Simon memory was the Lunar New Year celebration. I was able to learn a lot about the culture of some of my classmates and join them in celebrating an important holiday.

What advice do you have for prospective Simon students?
The best advice I can give to anyone in the business school admissions process is to be yourself in any essay or interview. The best way to articulate your previous experiences and future aspirations is to be genuine and allow your interests and passions to shine through your writing and speaking!

 

Niyati Shenoi ’20 (MS in Business Analytics)

Niyati.Shenoi '20_MSBAWhere are you headed this summer?
I am headed to PayPal this summer as a risk analytics intern.

What was your favorite class and why?
My favorite class was Marketing Analytics. It was a fun class with lots of new and exciting things to learn in analytics. The case studies gave us a great insight into what real business problems look like.

If you could use three words to describe your MS experience, what would they be?
Enriching, exciting, and fun.

What have you learned that will help you most in your career?
There are two important things to be successful: 1.) Build a strong network. 2.) Communicate your ideas and thoughts well.

What is your favorite Simon memory?
Fall Ball and the NYC Career Trek.

What advice do you have for prospective Simon students?
Simon has abundant resources to help each student identify their individual strengths and talents. It has been an experience that has helped me grow personally and professionally. This is the place to be for unabashedly analytical learning!

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