Teaching

The Reich Lab has developed and taught courses in regression, statistical modeling, and data visualization, both at the graduate and undergraduate levels. These courses have included Applied Regression Modleing (BIOSTATS 650/690NR), Telling Stories with Data (PUBHLTH 490ST), and Intro to Statistical Computing with R (PUBHLTH 597).

The web home for the Telling Stories with Data course at UMass-Amherst (Fall 2016 and beyond).
Course materials and website for Telling Stories with Data (PUBHLTH 490ST) in Spring 2016 at UMass-Amherst.
Course materials and website for Applied Regression Modeling (BIOSTATS 690NR) in Spring 2016 at UMass-Amherst.
Course materials for the UMass Biostatistics Methods 2 course, a.k.a. PUBHLTH 690NR: Statistical Modeling and Data Visualization.
Course website for Statistical Modeling and Data Visualization (Spring 2015) at UMass-Amherst.
Materials for the Introduction to Statistical Computing with R course at UMass in Fall 2014.

Members of the Reich Lab have designed modular curriculum for courses and workshops. The projects below link to modular and open-source curricular resources. Some of this material is also hosted at statsTeachR.org. We would be interested to hear if you end up using or remixing this material!

High Performance Computing workshop (February 2014)
Open-source modules for teaching statistics.
Examples of working and non-working models, initially for ODCS 2016 in Boston.