Invited and contributed talks I’ve given with links to slides and videos (where available). (This page is currently under construction. For a full list of the talks I’ve given, see my CV.)


The art and science of teaching data science

Modern statistics is fundamentally a computational discipline, but too often this fact is not reflected in our statistics curricula. With the rise of data science, it has become increasingly clear that students want, expect, and need explicit training in this area of the discipline. Additionally, recent curricular guidelines clearly state that working with data requires extensive computing skills and that statistics students should be fluent in accessing, manipulating, analyzing, and modeling with professional statistical analysis software.

November 11, 2021

9:00 AM

University of Edinburgh Learning and Teaching Forum / Online

By Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel in talk invited