Summer Seminar in PhilStat Participants and Special Invited Speakers


Participants in the 2019 Summer Seminar in Philosophy of Statistics


Renée Bolinger, Asst. Professor
Dept of Politics and the Center for Human Values, Princeton University


Lok Chan, Post Doc
Social Science Research Institute, Duke University


Marcello Di Bello
, Asst. Professor
Dept of Philosophy, Lehman College CUNY




John Douard, Appellate Staff Attorney
N.J. Office of the Public Defender




Georgi Gardiner, Junior Research Fellow,
St. John’s College, Oxford University
Asst. Professor, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Tennessee


Ruobin (Robin) Gong, Asst. Professor
Department of Statistics and Biostatistics, Rutgers University


Jennifer Jhun, Asst. Professor
Dept of Philosophy, Duke University


Molly Kao, Asst. Professor
Dept. of Philosophy, Université de Montréal



Jesse Krijthe, Post Doc, Data Science
Institute for Computing and Information Sciences, Radboud University



Jonathan Livengood, Assoc. Professor
Dept. of Philosophy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Jolynn Pek, Asst. Professor
Dept. of Psychology, Ohio State University




Jonah Schupbach, Assoc. Professor
Dept. of Philosophy, University of Utah




Elay Shech, Asst. Professor
Department of Philosophy, Auburn University



Riet van Bork, Asst. Professor
Department of Psychological Methods, University of Amsterdam


Brian Zaharatos, Director,
Professional MS in Applied Mathematics and Instructor
Dept. of Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado, Boulder



Special Invited Speakers


Professor of Statistics, Political Science, Columbia University (mini bio)




Consultant Statistician, Edinburgh (mini bio) (Presentation abstract)


Lawyer, emphasis on the scientific and medico-legal issues (mini bio) (Presentation abstract & discussion)



Reader, School of Psychology, Cardiff University (mini bio) (Presentation abstract)

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