A Dennis Systems Engineering student has been suspended from school for two days after an online presentation of a software product was deemed misleading.
The student, who was not named in a news release issued Tuesday by the school, was accused of violating school policy, which prohibits students from providing “misleading” information in school or online.
The presentation, which is titled “How to Create a Data Analysis Framework” and was posted by a student on June 2, had been widely shared on social media and was also featured on Dennis Systems’ YouTube channel.
The school says it had received several complaints from concerned parents about the presentation.
The document is titled How to Create Data Analysis Frameworks.
The user is not allowed to share or post the content on the company’s website.
Dennis Systems says the presentation does not infringe upon the student’s rights and that the content has not been published by any third party.
The company says the student was suspended from classes until June 12.
The content was removed from the site by June 10, the school said.
Students have a right to free speech, but the student violated the policy, the statement said.
Dennis System has about 6,000 employees in the United States and Canada.
The statement did not say why the company was suspended.
Dennis said in a statement it was working with the university to “ensure students have the opportunity to discuss and discuss the content and the context of the presentation” before suspending the student.
Dennis has an extensive network of data scientists and software developers, and the company has built a range of products that help people and businesses manage data.