PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University is one of two research universities in the country offering a bachelor’s degree focused on data analysis and application, after recently receiving accreditation for the unique interdisciplinary degree.
By Sylvia Kantor, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences PULLMAN, Wash. – A new statistics community at Washington State University will enhance educational opportunities and strengthen research initiatives. Faculty in all areas and at all campuses are invited to join as affiliate members. A kickoff meeting is being planned for later in the […]
By E. Kirsten Peters, College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences PULLMAN, Wash. – Experienced poker players know the basic odds of drawing the card they need to build a better hand. They also are good at estimating if their hand is likely to be better than those of the other players around the table. […]
PULLMAN – WSU Athletics has assembled a year-end overview of all its teams including academic honors, titles and records. Here are a few stats for the year: 2009-2010 Overall Record: 109-108-2 (.502) 2008-09 Conference Record: 36-69-2 (.346) All-Americans: 6 individuals for 6 awards All-Region Awards: 5 individuals for 5 awards All-Conference Selections: 33 […]
Plastic Bottles, 2007 – depicts two million plastic beverage bottles, the number used in the U.S. every five minutes. PULLMAN – The Museum of Art at WSU will exhibit “Running the Numbers” by Chris Jordan. The exhibition opens Wednesday, Jan. 14 and runs through Saturday, April 4. Jordan will lecture on his work at 7 […]
Innovative Interfaces and MPS Technologies announced Nov.2 that the Washington State University Libraries have achieved real-time acquisition of user statistics from within the Innovative Electronic Resource Management product. Staff has accessed data provided by ScholarlyStats, eliminating the need to retrieve them on a resource-by-resource basis. Cooperation between MPS Technologies, the company that provides ScholarlyStats, and […]
A new study published by the National Center for Education Statistics, part of the U.S. Education Department, shows that students whose parents did not attend college perform worse in college and are less likely to receive a bachelor’s degree (24 percent) but more likely to receive an associate degree or certificate. Students whose parents took […]