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353 Thu, 8/12/2021, 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM Virtual
Research and Educational Tools — Contributed Speed
Section on Statistics and Data Science Education, Section on Teaching of Statistics in the Health Sciences
Chair(s): Elizabeth Jennings McGuffey, Rice University
10:05 AM A Least Deviation Estimation Approach for the Analysis of Variance Models
Mian Arif Shams Adnan, Bowling Green State University; Md Shamsuddin, Dhaka
10:10 AM The Taxonomy of Statistical Sins: A Tool for Learning and Teaching Applied Statistics
David Anthony Buch, Duke University; Amy H Herring, Duke University ; David Dunson, Duke University
10:15 AM Modeling Relative Sophistication of Problem-Solving Strategies in Early Mathematics: A Novel Hurdle Ordinal Logit Approach
Carson L Keeter, University of Wyoming; Pavel Chernyavskiy, University of Virginia; Traci Shizu Kutaka, University of Denver; Douglas H Clements, University of Denver; Julie Sarama, University of Denver
10:20 AM Network Analysis of Peer Collaborations in Undergraduate Statistical Courses
Natallia Katenka, Department of Computer Science and Statistics, University of Rhode Island; Isabel Novinowski, CVS Health; Ashley Buchanan, College of Pharmacy, University of Rhode Island
10:25 AM Survey of Probability Attitudes
Elizabeth Willow Eisenhauer, Pennsylvania State University; Matthew Beckman, Penn State University; Ephraim Hanks, Penn State University
10:30 AM Attitude Toward Statistics Among Elementary Statistics Students
Ananda Jayawardhana, Pittsburg State University
10:35 AM Why Do We Need Yet ANOTHER Instrument Measuring Student Attitudes?
Alana Unfried, California State University, Monterey Bay; Michael Posner, Villanova University; Marjorie Bond, Monmouth College; April Kerby-Helm, Winona State University; Wendine Bolon, Monmouth College; Douglas Whitaker, Mount Saint Vincent University; Leyla Batakci, Elizabethtown College
10:40 AM Analytics Jobs Survived and, Later, Thrived During the Pandemic
Jacqueline Johnson, SAS Institute; Jonathan Duggins, North Carolina State University
10:45 AM The War on Statistical Significance: The American Statistician vs. The New England Journal of Medicine
Donald B. Macnaughton, MatStat Research Consulting
10:50 AM An Integrative Learning Experience with Qwixx: Play, Probability, Partnership, Planning, and Programming
Ryan Patrick Alexander McShane, Amherst College; Amy Elizabeth Nussbaum, Mount Holyoke College
11:00 AM Creating a Diverse Workforce in Biomedical Data Science: Implementation and Impact of Best Practices
Judith Elena Canner, California State University, Monterey Bay
11:05 AM Stories of Statistics Graduates: Results of an Alumni Survey
Lisa W. Kay, Eastern Kentucky University; Michelle Smith, Eastern Kentucky University; Atilla Sit, University of the Sciences
11:10 AM Integrating Computation in Statistics: Instructional Decisions for Teaching R
Amelia McNamara, University of St Thomas; Matthew Beckman, Penn State University; Chelsey Legacy, University of Minnesota; Andrew Zieffler, University of Minnesota; Robert delMas, University of Minnesota; Vimal Rao, University of Minnesota
11:15 AM The Importance of Good Coding Practices for Data Scientists
Maria-Cristiana Girjau, Amherst College; Randall Pruim, Calvin University; Nicholas Horton, Amherst College
11:20 AM The Rose Garden Event: A Hierarchical Bayesian Approach to Modeling Positive Coronavirus Tests
Jedidiah Harwood, CSU East Bay; Eric A. Suess, CSU East Bay
11:25 AM Math as the Ideal Means of Discerning Stories in Abstract Models and Simulation as the Ideal Choice of Math to Saliently Tell Those Stories to Yourself and Others
Keith O'Rourke, Health Canada
11:30 AM Rapid Population Simulation and Sampling with StatPowers.Com
Brian Powers, Arizona State University
11:35 AM COVID-19 Impact on College Admissions and High-School Seniors’ Well-Being
Joshua H Lo, Northeastern University; Florence Yong, Pfizer Inc.
11:40 AM A Method for Student Presentations and Peer Review in an Asynchronous Online Format
Brandon George, Thomas Jefferson University