Stat + Data Sci Ed Section News Highlights
Our section's regularly updated BLOG
New ASA Community: Online Teaching Resources & Discussion
Discussion forums, shared lesson plans, course content and other teaching resources for remote teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. (ASA login required)
Fellowship Program for High School and Two-year College Teachers now accepting applications:
This Fellowship Program is designed for individuals who want to make an impact beyond their classroom setting. Each year, the selection committee selects at most one high school teacher and at most one two-year college teacher for a one-year fellowship beginning in August. Detailed information about the 2022-23 application process can be found at: fellowship information, application form, recommendation form. The deadline for applying was June 15, 2022.
Our section's Mentoring Program: Mentoring Brochure (updated regularly)
The Mentoring Program is currently in its 2021-22 academic year. New applications are taken yearly, in the spring. Membership in the ASA Section on Statistics and Data Science Education is required. Applications (link to application form; If you are currently in the mentoring program and would like to continue, please fill out the application form again.)
ASA 2022 election results for our section (term starts January 2023)
- Chair Elect 2023: Kelly McConville
- Communications officer 2023-2025: Sara Stoudt
- Council of Sections Representative: Amelia McNamara
- Executive Committee At-Large 2023-25: Alana Unfried
- Executive Committee At-Large 2023-25: Samantha Robinson
JSM 2020 business meeting: Minutes
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|2019: We are now the Section on Statistics and Data Science Education (SSDSE)
The Section on Statistical Education voted on updates to the section charter and name. The proposed changes have been approved, as of 2019! Our section is now named "Section on Statistics and Data Science Education." See our updated charter.
Members of the Charter Committee, Erin Blankenship, Bill Notz, and Cassandra Pattanayak, developed a proposed revision to the Section charter (earlier, October draft) that was worked on by all section members in the spring and reviewed in the fall. They also ran a webinar before the vote to discuss the proposed changes, answer any questions, and provide a forum for discussion. Watch the recorded webinar from March 5, 2019: Discussion on Potential Updates to Section Charter and Name. You may also find this preliminary working definition of Data Science document useful.
1948-2018: 70 years of our section history - presentation
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