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 2019
 Aug 30: Group Discussion about Teaching Statistics and Planning for the Semester
 Sept 6: Alex White, Texas State University, Another look at Faculty Salaries. Using CUPA data to assess changes in faculty salaries over time
 Sept 13: Layla Guyot, Texas State University, Conferences and Being Part of the Statistics Community
 Sept 20: Robert Sigley, Texas State University, What I Learned at the Joint Statistical Meeting
 Sept 27: Hamilton Hardison, Texas State University, Some Locally & Socially Relevant Contexts for Introductory Statistics

Oct 4: Alex White, Texas State University, Bayesian Analysis: What I Learned this Summer

Oct 11: Discussion: Teaching Statistics Across the Campus

Oct 18: Alessandro De Nadai, Department of Psychology, Texas State University, Transdisciplinary Data Science: Pragmatic Applications and Leadership Roles for Statisticians

Oct 25: Paul Bastide, Departments of Biomathematics and Biostatistics, University of California at Los Angeles, A Flexible Bayesian Framework to Study Viral Trait Evolution

Nov 1: Bikai Nie, Texas State University, Student Misconceptions in Elementary Statistics Class

Nov 15: Zeliha Bicak, Texas State University, Modeling a Causal Relationship between Teacher Moves and Student Discourses in Mathematics Classes

Nov 22: Joint Discussion: Looking at the Future