I am the HR Analytics Consultant at Penn State and I teach statistics courses both online and face-to-face, including STAT 200, STAT 250, STAT 462, and STAT 418.
- M.S. Statistics and Operations Research, Penn State University, May 2014
- B.S. Mathematics, Rowan University, May 2010
Zimmerman, W. and Austin, S.R. (accepted). Using Attitude and Anxieties to Predict End-of-course Outcomes in Online and Face-to-face Introductory Statistics Courses. Statistics Education Research Journal.
Austin, S.R., Altman, N.S., & Dialsingh, I. (to be submitted). Controlling the False Discovery Rate when the Test Statistics are Discrete. Bioinformatics.
Dialsingh, I., Austin, S.R., & Altman, N.S. (2015). Estimating the proportion of true null hypotheses when the statistics are discrete. Bioinformatics, 31, 2303-2309.
Austin, S., Dialsingh, I., & Altman, N. (2014). Multiple Hypothesis Testing: A Review. Journal of the Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics, 68(2).
Statistics Education, Mathematical Modeling & Simulation, Data Visualization and Communication