Dr. Hoffman presents research results

08/11/09, 3pm

Lorrie Hoffman, Professor (and Head on Administrative Leave) in Mathematics, presented "Modeling Animal Mother-Infant Distance Proximity Over Time to Determine a Change Point in Behavior," from research results discovered jointly with Greg Knofczynski (Associate Professor in Mathematics), Steve Clark from SeaWorld in Orlando, while working with former AASU students Jaree Hudson (now at University of Oregon), Heather King and Alfreda Rogers (who are now both at Georgia Southern University). Dr. Hoffman was also the invited chair of the session titled "Stirring the Pot: Radical Ideas in Statistics Education." These events were part of the Joint Statistical Meetings held in Washington, DC, August 1-6, 2009.