Video: Statistics is For Everyone

Statisticians work across a range of diverse fields, including human rights advocacy, healthcare and journalism. And, as a Rochester Institute of Technology student Cho Yau says in our latest video: “Smart is the new sexy.”

In this video, you’ll hear about the important role statistics plays in our lives from Cho and other professionals, including:

  • Dawn Eash, associate director, Berkeley Research Group
  • Hilary Parker, data scientist, Stitch Fix
  • Dave Robinson, data scientist, Stack Overflow
  • Alexander Oftelie, managing associate, Bentz Whaley Flessner
  • Matthew Krachey, data scientist, HomeAway

Learn more about how you can put statistics to work doing what you love, no matter what it is. And remember, statistics is for everyone!

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