Medical Doctor Says Statistics Education “Instrumental” to Her Success
April 10, 2015
College students “should run—not walk—to sign up for a statistics course as soon as possible,” writes Jessica Johnson, chief resident of physical medicine at Walter Reed National Medical Center, in a USA Today article. Johnson is a graduate of Cornell College and the University of Missouri School of Medicine. She’s completing her final year of...
Women a Growing Force in Statistics and Data Science, Reports Washington Post
January 07, 2015
Unlike many science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, the field of statistical science attracts a relatively large share of women, even in leadership positions, Washington Post’s Brigid Schulte recently reported in “Women Flocking to Statistics.” “More than 40 percent of degrees in statistics go to women, and they make up 40 percent of the statistics...
Statistician Jen Van Mullekom Plays an Important Role at Dupont
December 08, 2014
Jen Van Mullekom is a statistician at DuPont where she helps the science company make informed decisions for a variety of problems and scenarios. Jen calls herself an “accidental statistician” because she set out to become a math teacher when she started her undergraduate studies. But upon taking a statistics class, she was amazed at...
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