From Temple Made to Temple Making: Stat professor discusses building her career at the Fox School
“I have an interesting perspective because I know what it is like to be a student going through a program in our department at the Fox School,” says Lauren Burns, assistant professor of instruction in the Department of Statistical Science. “It makes my experience a little different as a faculty member because it has not […]
Keeping students engaged in a virtual classroom
A year ago, the phrase “Zoom fatigue” meant nothing to most of us. Now that our lives, education and jobs exist mainly at home, staying focused and engaged in a virtual environment has its challenges. But Fox School staff and faculty have worked tirelessly to keep students engaged in a myriad of ways. From leveraging […]
What price would you pay to keep your data safe?
When most people use social media, they’re either chatting with friends or scrolling through feeds. Data mining is not usually top of mind—but for Jimmy Quan, it is. Quan, a Fox School senior majoring in Statistical Science and Data Analytics (SSDA), spent his summer researching how social media users can weigh the tradeoffs between using […]
“The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The next best time is today.” This ancient Chinese proverb applies to ideas as well as habits. A seed planted today can spark change; a seed planted decades ago can disrupt an entire industry. Faculty experts from the Fox School demonstrate the impact that […]