The University of Texas at Austin’s newest Ph.D. program in statistics was unanimously approved recently by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The program, managed by the College of Natural Sciences’ Division of Statistics + Scientific Computation, will provide doctoral students with rigorous training in advanced statistical methods and first-hand experience applying and developing such methods to analyze complex data in diverse fields.
Computing Classroom in Flawn Academic Center Brings Advanced Scientific Computation and Statistics to Students
A new computing classroom and learning laboratory in The University of Texas at Austin's Flawn Academic Center is changing the way that statistics and scientific computing are taught at the university.
Crime Risks, Sports Strategy, Cell Phone Legislation Among Topics To Be Addressed at INFORMS Meeting
Are the chances of being victim of a crime in America substantially less than they were 20 years ago? Do electric vehicles really yield all of the benefits that proponents claim? When playing in a tennis match, how does the time at which you challenge an umpire's call affect your odds of winning the game?