Bio

I’m an Assistant Professor of Statistics in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Carleton College. I teach statistics at all levels of the curriculum and am passionate about communicating the beauty and power of modern statistical methods to my students. My research focuses on incorporating realistic computation and visualization into the classroom, exploring the potential of visual inference, developing better visualizations to explore complex models, and developing useful and useable R packages.


Education

Iowa State University | Ames, IA

  • Ph.D. in Statistics | 2013

  • M.S. in Statistics | 2009

Luther College | Decorah, IA

  • B.A. in Mathematics/Statistics | 2007

Adam Loy


Bio

I’m an Assistant Professor of Statistics in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Carleton College. I teach statistics at all levels of the curriculum and am passionate about communicating the beauty and power of modern statistical methods to my students. My research focuses on incorporating realistic computation and visualization into the classroom, exploring the potential of visual inference, developing better visualizations to explore complex models, and developing useful and useable R packages.


Education

Iowa State University | Ames, IA

  • Ph.D. in Statistics | 2013

  • M.S. in Statistics | 2009

Luther College | Decorah, IA

  • B.A. in Mathematics/Statistics | 2007