The role of the Statistics and Data Science ANet is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, the sharing of resources and the discussion of issues of interest to the Statistics and Data Science community. The Statistics and Data Science ANet strives to:

  • Provide professional development and support for the teaching and learning of statistics and data science;

  • Provide resources for faculty interested in developing statistics and data science programs and courses;

  • Foster the use of the GAISE guidelines in the first two years of college; and,

  • Serve as a liaison with four-year college faculty, other mathematical organizations¬†and professional statistics organizations in order to share resources.¬†


For information please check out the community here on myAMATYC or the Resource Page on amatyc.org

Chair: Rebecca Wong (rkwongedd@gmail.com)
AMATYC Board Liaison:   AJ Stachelek (aj.stachelek@amatyc.org),  Northeast Vice President

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  • CC DataFest 2023 Awards

    The following teams won awards at our recent Community College Data Fest:

    Best Insights, awarded to teams from Montgomery College and Borough of Manhattan Community College (CUNY)

    Best Statistical Analysis, awarded to the team from West Valley College

    Best Visualization, awarded to teams from Red Rocks Community College and Borough of Manhattan Community College (CUNY)

    A team of about 10 data science professionals judged the team DataFest Projects.  Read more about DataFest and learn how your college can participate next year in the next AMATYC Newsletter.

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