Lotspeich receives grant funding

Sarah Lotspeich’s seed grant “Overcoming computational hurdles to quantify the impact of food access on health: a statistical approach.” has been funded by the  Wake Forest University Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability (CEES).

Major featured in the OGB Graduation Edition

Every spring, the Old Gold & Black publishes its graduation edition that tells the story of one esteemed graduate-to-be from every academic major at Wake Forest. These students all have a unique story to tell. Though their experiences at Wake Forest may have been drastically […]

Florence Nightingale Day

This weekend, 26 middle and high school students from Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Charlotte, and Raleigh spent their Saturday afternoon in Manchester Hall exploring Statistics and Data Science! This was one of just six Florence Nightingale Days taking place this year across the U.S. and Canada.  For more […]

Maps: A Statistical View

Distinguished Lecture in Statistics and Biostatistics Thursday, April 13, 2023 at 4:00 PMWake Forest BioTech Place Auditorium Maps: A Statistical View. Spatial statistical analysis builds upon the premise that where something happens can influence what happens, i.e., the location of observations can provide information on […]