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260 Mon, 8/5/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-220bc
Contributed Oral Poster Presentations: Section on Statistical Education — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistical Education
Chair(s): Joyee Ghosh, The University of Iowa
33: Looking Forward: Data Mining and the Business Curriculum Deborah Gougeon
34: A Comprehensive Analytics (Statistics, Data, and Technology) Sequence for Business Students Scott Toney, University of Denver
35: Improving Efficiency of Computerized Classification Tests Using Modified SPRT Haskell Sie, Pennsylvania State University ; Jim Rosenberger, Penn State University
36: The Evolution of an Online Program in Applied Statistics at Penn State Glenn Johnson, Penn State University ; Mosuk Chow, Penn State University
37: A Monte Carlo Investigation of the Effectiveness of Backward Elimination Analysis as a Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA) Post Hoc Procedure Chittanun Sitthisan, University of Northern Colorado
38: Assessing Limitations and Uses of Convenience Samples: A Guide for Graduate Students S. David Kriska, Walden University ; Marcia M. Sass, UMDNJ ; Mark C. Fulcomer, Restat Systems, Inc.
39: Using Media Resources and Journal Articles to Teach Statistics Phyllis Curtiss, Grand Valley State University
40: Classroom Demonstrations of Parallel Processing for Statistics Eric Suess, CSU East Bay
41: Innovative Data Visualization: Activities for Your Class Kirk Anderson, Grand Valley State University
42: Using Internet Videos to Address Availability Stress at Oglala Lakota College for Introduction to Statistics Frank Matejcik, South Dakota School of Mines
43: Designing a GAISE-Inspired Statistics Course for Current High-School and Community College Mathematics Instructors Amy Froelich, Iowa State University
44: Recommendations/Learning Outcomes for Master's Degree Programs in Statistics: Report of ASA Workgroup A. John Bailer, Miami University ; Roger W. Hoerl, GE Global Research ; David Madigan, Columbia University ; Jill Montaquila, Westat ; Tommy Wright, US Bureau of the Census/Center for Statistical Research and Methodology
45: Cookies in the Classroom: Specific Instructions for Implementation Wilmina Siegfried, Iowa State University ; Ulrike Genschel, Iowa State University ; Juliane Janek, Iowa State University
46: The Data Scientist Degree: A Necessity for Growth in Our Discipline April Kerby ; Brant Deppa, Winona State University ; Chris J. Malone, Winona State University ; Tisha Hooks, Winona State University
47: Stochastic Challenge Timothy Matis, Texas Tech University ; Doug Timmer, The University of Texas Pan American ; Ivan Guardiola, Missouri University of Science and Technology
48: Ethical Reasoning for Quantitative Scientists: A Mastery Rubric for Developmental Trajectories and Professionalism, and Portfolios That Document Both Rochelle Tractenberg
49: Statway Successes Mary Parker, Austin Community College
50: Measurement Usage in Self-Assessment Julia Norton, California State University, East Bay ; John Dewey Lovell, California State University, East Bay ; John Alva Norton, California State University, East Bay ; Yaelan Wong, California State University, East Bay

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