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Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel

Associate Professor of the Practice

Bio

<a href="http://stat.duke.edu/~mc301/" title="Link: http://stat.duke.edu/~mc301/">Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel</a> is an Assistant Professor of the Practice at the <a href="http://stat.duke.edu/">Department of Statistical Science</a> at Duke University.&nbsp;She received her Ph.D. in Statistics from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a B.S. in Actuarial Science from New York University's Stern School of Business. <br> <br>Dr.&nbsp;Çetinkaya-Rundel&nbsp;is&nbsp;primarily&nbsp;interested in innovative approaches to statistics pedagogy. Some of her recent work focuses on developing student-centered learning tools for introductory statistics courses, teaching computation at the introductory statistics level with an emphasis on reproducibility, and exploring the gender gap in self-efficacy in STEM fields. Her research interests also include spatial modeling of survey, public health, and environmental data. She&nbsp;is a co-author of&nbsp; <a href="http://www.openintro.org/stat/textbook.php">OpenIntro Statistics</a> and a contributing member of the <a href="http://www.openintro.org/">OpenIntro project</a>, whose mission is to make educational products that are open-licensed, transparent, and help lower barriers to education. She is also a co-editor of the <a href="http://citizen-statistician.org/" title="Link: http://citizen-statistician.org/">Citizen Statistician blog</a>&nbsp;and a contributor to the <a href="http://chance.amstat.org/category/columns/taking-a-chance-in-the-classroom/">Taking a Chance in the Classroom</a> column in <a href="http://chance.amstat.org/" title="Link: http://chance.amstat.org/">Chance Magazine</a>. <br> <br>

Courses

Linear Regression and Modeling

Bayesian Statistics

Statistics with R Capstone

Data Analysis and Statistical Inference

Reasoning, Data Analysis, & Writing Final Project

Inferential Statistics

Introduction to Probability and Data

Teaching Statistical Thinking: Part 1 Descriptive Statistics