Nathan Tintle, Ph.D.
Since completing his Ph.D. in Statistics in 2005 from Stony Brook University, Dr. Tintle has been the primary mentor for over 100 undergraduate students in extended summer and/or academic year research projects in statistics, with the bulk of these students conducting research in statistical genetics and biostatistics. Dr. Tintle is also active in the development of novel curricular materials and pedagogical strategies in undergraduate statistics education. The first edition of Introduction to Statistical Investigations was recently published and has won two awards for innovation and impact. Dr. Tintle has received numerous federal and private grants to fund his research, awards for his research and mentoring of undergraduate students, published numerous peer-reviewed research articles and has served on numerous national service committees in the areas of statistics education and statistical genetics.
Links of interest
Introduction to statistical investigations
A spiral approach to financial mathematics
Undergraduate research in statistical genetics: http://www.dordt.edu/statgen
Undergraduate research in biostatistics and mental health epidemiology: http://www.dordt.edu/academics/ukraine-reu
Publications, presentations, grants and professional activities
Dr. Tintle is happily married and has three boys. Fishing and hiking are some of our favorite activities.
'Triple header' at Spirit Lake, IA.
Northern Fishing in Canada
Summit of Whiteface MT (NY)