eCOTS 2024 - Regional Conferences

Regional Conferences

  • North Florida Regional Conference at the University of Florida
    • What's Next? - Focus on Past, Present and Future of Statistics and Data Science
  • eCOTS Regional Conference at the University of California Irvine
    • As statistics educators in Southern California we will gather to discuss "What's next in community colleges and four-year institutions". We will get to hear from each other on our latest projects, course examples, activities, and other topics of interest.
  • Paso Del Norte Regional Conference co-hosted by The University of Texas at El Paso
    • Cyber-security and Data Privacy in the Next 10 years – Combatting Emerging Threats will focus on 1) Understanding emerging threats with generative AI and impacts on US policy directed research, 2) Metrics for benchmarking, 3) Training the next generation
  • Middle Tennessee Regional Conference at Belmont University
    • Join us at Belmont University to connect with other statistics/data science educators in this interactive regional workshop in conjunction with eCOTS 2024 with an emphasis on data. High school teachers and community college faculty are especially welcome.
  • eCOTS Regional Conference in Iowa
    • Join us at Iowa State University to meet and make connections with other statistics educators. We will engage in discussions and activities related to the themes of eCOTS 2024. We look forward to exchanging ideas and learning from our shared experiences.
  • Mid-Michigan eCOTS Regional Meeting
    • Our one-day conference meeting will include a keynote speaker, lunch, and breakout sessions in the afternoon where statistics educators will share their reflections on the eCOTS conference, their best teaching ideas, and their concerns for the future.
  • Moving NC Forward in Teaching Statistics and Data Science: An NC State Regional Conference
    • Come and connect with NC educators who engage in teaching statistics and data science in high school and college, including those who prepare high school teachers. Breakout sessions will be applicable to all audiences.