A new kind of fingerprint / Analysis of keyboard dynamics earns student trip to statistics convention
SDSU doctoral student Andrew Simpson has been chosen as one of 22 students to present his poster at the Joint Statistical Meeting of the American Statistical Association in Toronto Aug. 5-10.
Data, data everywhere / Analysts challenged to make it useful
It doesn’t take a data scientist to calculate the impact the SDSU Data Science Symposium is having on the region, , according to the chair of the organizing committee Semhar Michael.
SDSU prof to study palliative care, end-stage renal disease
Brandon Varilek, assistant professor in South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing, has received a grant to study palliative care use, kidney transplant rates, and explore survival statisti
Research spotlight: Semhar Michael / Statistician focuses on health data
Breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women in the U.S. and is the most frequently diagnosed cancer among women. Across the state of South Dakota, 102 women die from breast cancer each year.
Intelligent.com ranks SDSU No. 2 for best master's data science degrees
South Dakota State University was ranked No. 2 in Intelligent.com’s rankings for Best Master’s in Data Science Degree Programs of 2022.