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The role of the AMATYC Statistics 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 community. In particular:
• To provide professional development and support for the teaching and learning of statistics
• To foster the use of the GAISE guidelines in the first two years of college
• To serve as a liaison with four-year college faculty, other mathematical organizations and professional statistics organizations in order to share resources.

Chair: Rebecca Wong (rkwongedd@gmail.com)
AMATYC Board Liaison:   Kate Kozak (kathryn.kozak@coconino.edu),  AMATYC Past-President

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  • ASA Two-Year College Fellowship Opportunity

    The ASA Section on Statistics and Data Science Education is now accepting applications for its HS and TYC Fellowship.


    This Fellowship Program is designed for individuals who want to make an impact beyond their classroom setting. Each year, the selection committee selects at most one high school teacher and at most one two-year college teacher for a one-year fellowship beginning in August. Detailed information about the 2022-23 application process can be found at: fellowship informationapplication formrecommendation form.


    The deadline for applying is June 15, 2022.

  • ECOTS (Electronic Conference on Teaching Statistics) Registration Is Open

    The 2022 electronic Conference On Teaching Statistics (eCOTS) from May 23- 26th (with pre-conference workshops on May 19 – 21st ) offers more than 40 hours of virtual programming. This year's online conference focuses on statistics education at both high school and college levels and all types of learning institutions. The conference theme is "Preparing the Modern Student."

    This virtual conference is for anyone who teaches or studies statistics or data science. The program will be exciting with keynote presentations from Rob Gould (UCLA), Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel (Duke University/R Studio), Talitha Williams (Harvey Mudd College), and Nathan Taback (University of Toronto). There will also be pre-conference workshops, breakout sessions, birds of feather conversations, and posters & beyond sessions.

    There are also three regional conferences associated with eCOTS – perhaps there is one near you!

    The registration is only $25 for the entire week of events ($15 for faculty at CAUSE Institutional Partners) and includes all sessions, workshops, and regional conferences. Registration for eCOTS 2022 Preparing the Modern Student is open.