Helping Students Understand the Power of Statistics
With Bob Stine and Peter Bloomfield
Statistics professors Bob Stine of The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania and Peter Bloomfield of North Carolina State University talk about how they teach students to make connections between statistical concepts and real-world problems — and how this builds a workforce that appreciates analytic rigor and applies it to the decision-making process.
In this video:
- Adapting the statistics curriculum to the times.
- Preparing analytic talent for the workforce.
- Bridging communication between analysts and decision makers.
- Conveying findings to senior management.