Graduate training - Duke - 2014-2015

  • Lan Wei, current
  • Nicole Dalzell, current
  • Tracy Schifeling, current
  • Maggie Nguyen, current
  • David McClure has successfully graduated. Thesis: McClure, D. Relaxations of differential privacy and risk utility evaluations of synthetic data and fidelity measures, Duke University Statistics Department.  PhD. dissertation, 2015.
  • Monika Hu completed her PhD dissertation in statistical science,
    "Dirichlet Process Mixture Models for Nested Categorical Data." (now assistant professor of statistics at Vassar College)
  • Thais Paiva has successfully graduated. Thesis: Multiple Imputation Methods for Nonignorable Nonresponse, Adaptive Survey Design, and Dissemination of Synthetic Geographies, Department of Statistical Sciences, Ph.D. Thesis (2014).  (now assistant professor of statistics at UFMG, Brazil).
  • Tyler Ransom completed his PhD in economics, "Dynamic Models of Human Capital Accumulation." (now postodctoral associate at Duke University)
  • Olanrewaju Akande completed his Masters in Statistical and Economic Modeling (now a PhD candidate in statistical science at Duke University).  Master's Thesis: A Comparison of Multiple Imputation Methods for Categorical Data, 2015.
  • Eve Oh completed her Masters in Statistical and Economic Modeling (now a PhD candidate in economics at NC State University).


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Sep-2014 to May-2015
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