Speaker: Nathan Tintle, Dordt College
Nathan L. Tintle is Associate Professor of Statistics at Dordt College. He has led efforts to develop and institutionalize randomization-based curricula at two institutions (Hope College 2005–2011; Dordt 2011–present), and currently leads the curriculum development project. He has been an invited panelist for a number of statistics education sessions at national meetings, was recently a member of the Executive Committee of the Section of Statistical Education of the ASA, received the 2013 Waller Education Award for teaching and innovation in Introductory Statistics, and was a member of a national advisory committee to the ASA President on training the next generation of statisticians. He has co-authored several articles on student learning using the randomization curriculum, one of which recently won an award for best paper of the year from the Journal of Statistics Education.