Pasch speaks at Qualtrics Insight Summit in Salt Lake City
Assistant Professor of Communication Timothy Pasch will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Qualtrics Insight Summit in Salt Lake City Feb. 18-20.
“This is indeed an incredible scholarly and professional opportunity,” Pasch said of his invited to the Qualtrics conference.
Qualtrics is the world’s leading enterprise survey technology provider. They provide the platform that gives businesses real-time insights so they can make fact-based decisions.
Pasch will present “Marrying Qualtrics and Social Media” to the Qualtrics developers, researchers and members of the digital research community.
The Qualtrics Insight Summit is a conference where attendees are able to hear from industry leaders, attend targeted breakout sessions, network with Qualtricians from across the country and meet the Qualtrics team.
Other notable speakers are the conference include Dan Ariely, New York Times best-selling author & professor at Duke University; David Rock Best Selling Author of "Your Brain at Work" and director of the Neuroleadership Institute; Ryan Smith, CEO and founder of Qualtrics; Richard Shakarchi, director of market research at E*TRADE; Charan Nagaraj, with Worldwide Support at Hewlett-Packard; Heather Blythe, Manager, analytics & insights with Cox Media Group; Kenia Collins, director of research solutions & management with Metlife; and Scott Smith, Qualtrics founder and Brigham Young University professor emeritus.
About Timothy Pasch
Pasch completed his doctorate in Communication at the University of Washington in December 2008. His dissertation work studied online virtual communities of the Inuit of Nunavik and proposed policy changes designed to empower language and security on the Arctic Web.
Pasch specializes in undergraduate and graduate-level course design and instruction in communication, researcher and writer of Peer-Reviewed Journal articles in the social sciences, information assurance and personal privacy online, creation and delivery of streaming rich media for higher education, software-assisted quantitative and qualitative communication research methods, distance learning course design and delivery, and web design and portal creation (streaming video, audio on sites.)