Statistics Learning Center
|The following days have special availability:|
|October 5th||Open 2PM - 6PM|
|October 24th-25th||Closed, Fall Break|
|November 9th||Open 2PM - 6PM|
|November 23rd-27th||Closed, Thanksgiving Break|
SLC COURSES & HOURS:
STT200, STT201, STT231, STT315, STT351, STT380, STT421, STT422, STT430, STT441 & STT442:
|For Zoom details, see below|
|SUN:||2:00PM - 8:00PM||Zoom|
|MON:||2:00PM - 8:00PM||A102 Wells|
|TUE:||2:00PM - 8:00PM||A102 Wells|
|WED:||2:00PM - 8:00PM||A102 Wells|
|THU:||2:00PM - 8:00PM||A102 Wells|
|FRI:||2:00PM - 8:00PM||Zoom|
Depending on the number of students using the helproom, you may not be helped immediately, so please be patient.
We recommend you download and install the Zoom client to have the best experience.
Then, click on this link:
or join the meeting using the meeting ID: 910-2929-4809.
The password is: 872020
• When you first join the room, you will enter a waiting room. This will allow the room's moderator to keep track of the order in which students come to the SLC. Please be patient.
• A moderator will allow you access to the room, and then move you to a break out room with a tutor as soon as one is available.
Arkaprabha Ganguli, STT PhD candidate, received a 2022 IMS International Conference on Statistics and Data Science student travel award to present his work “Feature selection integrated deep learning for ultrahigh dimensional and highly correlated feature space.” In recognition of this award, his name appeared in the first page of the 2022 October/November issue of the IMS Bulletin https://imstat.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Bulletin51_7.pdf .
Congratulations to PhD candidate Sarah Manski for winning first place for her oral presentation at the 2022 Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture and Natural Resources in May at Utah State University in Logan, Utah.
Abhijnan Chattopadhyay graduated from MSU with a Ph.D. in statistics this summer under the co-mentorship of Tapabrata Maiti and David Kramer. As a statistician, Abhijnan had the flexibility and skillset to work in several disciplines, which is how he found himself at the MSU-DOE Plant Research Laboratory (PRL).
PhD candidate Andriana Manousidaki was recently presented with the 2021-2022 William L. Harkness Award for outstanding teaching by a graduate student. The award is made possible by a generous gift from William Harkness, a doctoral alumnus from the Department of Statistics and Probability. Recipients are chosen for their remarkable teaching based on student evaluations and faculty observations of teaching.