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2014/2015 Google Policy Fellowship for Nigerians

Fellowship Worth: Fellows will receive a stipend of USD 7,500 for 10-12 weeks in 2014

Fellowship Location: Abuja, coordinated by Paradigm Initiative Nigeria (PIN) 573 more words


Getting the most out of your first year - Undergraduate View

Firstly, we want to say a huge welcome from the School of History to all of our new students! To mark the start of the new academic year, we have asked two students – one undergraduate and one postgraduate – to write out their tips for getting the most out of your first year as a historian at St Andrews. 868 more words


Statistics second slides

This is the next chapter of my Statistics course, definitely more standard, with some notions on statistical models, limit theorems, and exponential families. In the first class, I recalled the convergence notions with no proof but counterexamples and spend some time on a slide not included here, borrowed from Chris Holmes’ talk last Friday on the linear relation between blood pressure and the log odds ratio of an heart condition. 29 more words


new kids on the block

This summer, for the first time, I took three Dauphine undergraduate students into research projects thinking they had had enough R training (with me!) and several stats classes to undertake such projects. 246 more words


Your future their future

Seventeen years ago this October the government of the day launched one of the most famous teacher recruitment campaigns ever with the ‘talking heads’ cinema commercial and an endorsement from Tony Blair. 496 more words


Today's student: communication and e-mail

This is a good guide on how to NOT e-mail your professor (fictional student; e-mail is a collage of actual e-mails)

The professor says something interesting… 317 more words


Oppurtunities for Healthier Lifestyles

In the recently posted article “First Steps: Ideas for a healthier world” on UDaily written by Diane Kukich, a new opportunity is presented to any College of Health Sciences undergraduates. 132 more words