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14 March 2010

Where you’ll find me

Filed under: Peter Wylie, Training / Professional Development — Tags: , , — kevinmacdonell @ 3:22 pm

Today I’m posting from Washington DC, where my wife and I are spending a few days of vacation, as well as taking the welcome opportunity to visit data mining pioneer Peter Wylie.

While I’m here with Peter, I wanted to mention that he and I will be delivering a half-day workshop on predictive modeling at the national conference of the Canadian Chapter of the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement (APRA-Canada), Oct 13-15, in Toronto ON. Registration for that event will be open shortly, if it isn’t already. Visit APRA-Canada’s conference website for details.

While I’m at it, I might as well mention that in July I’ll be presenting in Anaheim CA at APRA International’s annual conference and the APRA Symposium on Data Analytics, which this year is being held concurrently with the conference. Details later.

Closer to (my) home, and closer in time too, are a couple of presentations I’ll be giving in Halifax, Nova Scotia. One is a 90-minute presentation for advancement and fundraising professionals, hosted by the great people who work in fundraising at Dalhousie University. That will be followed in late April with a shorter presentation at the conference for the Nova Scotia Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). (Conference website.)

UPDATE: A list of upcoming and past events is available on THIS PAGE.

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1 Comment »

  1. PS: The direct link to our Toronto workshop in the program is here:

    http://www.apracanada.ca/2010Conference/Programming/DataMining.html

    Comment by kevinmacdonell — 22 March 2010 @ 8:06 am


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