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Oregon State University
CAL STATE LONG BEACH UNIVERSITY (Master's)
I am a current graduate student in the Applied Statistics Master's program at CSU Long Beach. I received my Master's in Biology from California State University Long Beach in 2012 with an emphasis in Marine Ecology. During my time at CSULB, I was a teaching assistant for 3 years for the biostatistics class (BIO 260) where I taught labs that included instruction on lecture material and how to perform certain techniques using the statistical package Minitab. Over the last 3 years I have tutored undergraduate and graduate students in statistics, biostatistics, and biostatistic/epidemiology courses. I understand that this subject is difficult for many students in biological sciences. I love working with students one on one to help them understand this material and how it applies to their field. I am a current graduate student in the Applied Statistics Master's program at CSU Long Beach. I received my Master's in Biology from California State University Long Beach in 2012 with an emphasis in Marine … Read more
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I completed my Master's in Biology from California State University Long Beach in 2012. While completing my Master's program, I served as a teaching assistant for 3 years for the Biostatistics Class offered from the Department of Biological Sciences.
I taught univariate statistical methods to undergraduate students which included instructing them on how to use the statistical software package, Minitab. The topics I covered in this subject include:
computing descriptive statistics of a data set, constructing and interpreting graphical representations of descriptive statistics, calculating probabilities of events for the binomial, poisson, and normal probability distributions, computing confidence intervals for means and variances, F-tests, One-sample hypothesis testing, Two-sample hypothesis testing, Chi-square analyses, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), Regression and Correlation analyses.
I am currently enrolled in the Master's of Applied Statistics program at California State University Long Beach.