Statistics Seminar
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 2018

Sept 7: Group Discussion about Teaching Statistics: We welcome all instructors and students who are interested!

Sept 14: Alexander White, Texas State University, Grammar of Graphics

Sept 21: Alexander White, Texas State University, Thinking about how to teach Bayes Theorem

Sept 28: Robert Sigley, Alexander White & Layla Guyot, Texas State University, Studying the Relationship Between Students’ Perception of the Mean and Their Understanding of Variance

Oct 5: Alexander White, Texas State University, Gapminder & Dollar Street

Oct 12: Kristin Harvey, University of Texas at Austin, Getting Everyone on the Same Page: How to Coordinate Multisection Classes?

Oct 19: Adam Molnar, Oklahoma State University, Teaching Statistics – “Classroom Activities: Kisses, Polio, and One Card”

Oct 26: Suojin Wang, Texas A&M University, A new nonparametric test for checking the equality of the correlation structures of two time series

Nov 2: Math Department Graduate Expo

Nov 9: David Snyder, Texas State University, Data Analysis using Topology

Nov 16: Layla Guyot and Mike Abili, Texas State University, Teaching Statistics: A Comparison on Topics and Approaches Across Disciplines

Nov 30: Ryan Zamora, Texas State University, The kinematics of multicollinearity diagnostics