Statistics Seminar
We hold Statistics seminars at 12 pm on Fridays in Derrick Hall 122 or through Zoom meetings.
Day: Every Friday
Time: 12  1 pm
Location: Derrick Hall 122
This seminar focuses on statistics including topics related to teaching and learning of statistics at the undergraduate level. Presentations on new developments in statistics as well as innovative lessons and advances in statistics education research are welcome.
Graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to attend!
Fall 2021

Sept 3: Vivian Healey, Course Proposal: MATH 5376F Graduate Probability Theory and Probability, New semester planning

Sept 10: Alex White, Applied Multivariate Statistics, new course proposal discussion

Sept 17: Applied Multivariate Statistics, Continued: new course proposal discussion

Sept 24: Alex White & Vera Ioudina, Texas State University, Classroom Software Series: RGuroo and StatKey

Oct 1: Teaching Forumsemester overview

Oct 8: Mingyao Li, University of Pennsylvania, Applications of statistical and machine learning methods in spatial transcriptomics

Oct 15: Vivian Healey, Texas State University, Scaling Limits and the Loewner Equation: From Brownian Motion to Multiple SLE

Oct 22: Xiaoxi Shen, Texas State University, Significance Tests Based on Sieve Quasilikelihood Ratio Test Using Neural Networks with Application to Genetic Association Studies

Oct 29: Teaching Forum

Nov 12: Sherry Wang, Southern Methodist University, Bayesian variable selection based on empirical likelihood for ultrahigh dimensional data

Nov 19: Shuying Sun, Texas State University, Statistical problems of DNA methylation data analysis