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As a statistics lecturer focusing on teaching and leadership, I currently hold the position of course director in statistics at the School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences. After several years of convening and teaching a large first-year unit, Business Statistics (STAT1250), I am passionate about promoting statistical education and facilitating a smooth transition for first-year university students.

I firmly believe that education is the key to unlocking a person's potential, and she is committed to providing commencing students with the best possible learning experience. I employ innovative teaching methods to make complex statistical concepts accessible and engaging and encourage my students to think critically and creatively. I understand that transitioning from high school to university studies can be challenging for many students. Therefore, I mindfully practise an empathetic pedagogy to create an inclusive learning environment in my classroom.

In addition to my teaching duties, I am actively involved in outreach activities to promote statistics. My experience and expertise in managing a large first-year unit have led to recognition, with invitations to contribute to faculty and university-level learning and teaching working groups. My goal is to inspire the next generation of data scientists and statisticians while educating the significance of statistical literacy in our contemporary, data-centric society.


Education/Academic qualification

Education, Graduate certificate of Education, Macquarie University

Award Date: 10 Dec 2021

Statistics, PhD, PhD in Statistics , The University of New South Wales

Award Date: 13 Nov 2018

Actuarial Statistics, Master of Actuarial Statistcs, Australian National University

Award Date: 14 Dec 2014

Accounting and Statistics, Bachelor of CoBachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce, University of Auckland

Award Date: 27 Nov 2013


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