Supporting student learning at every level is a top priority for us. That means, thinking deeply about what and how we teach. Our award-winning teaching-stream faculty members are leaders in statistical sciences education and engage in innovative pedagogical research. That includes researching and implementing innovative ways of teaching, training and assessing future statisticians, and developing curriculums that set students up for success in the fast-changing field of statistical science
I think statistics education is important because I want to live in a world where people make better decisions with data and numbers for themselves and for each other. That's why I care so much about teaching.
- Liza Bolton, Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream
I genuinely believe that the Department of Statistical Science has provided me with the resources to thrive as a teaching assistant and inspired my love for teaching statistics.
- Victoria Marshe, PhD student
The Peer-to-Peer toolkit offers students interested in data analysis with a collection of resources using R.
Anyone who has taken a class with statistical sciences professor Alison Gibbs would agree there is nothing random about her being awarded a 3M National Teaching Fellowship.
Our faculty’s publications help deepen public knowledge in statistical sciences and share research that sparks ideas and collaboration across disciplines. Have a look at some of our recent faculty publications, including journal articles, research papers, books, and edited volumes.
Meet our faculty in statistical education
Our award-winning teaching-stream faculty members are leaders in statistical sciences education and engage in innovative pedagogical research.
Meet our doctoral students working in statistical education
They are the best!