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Statistician Graduate Student

Location:
Greensboro, North Carolina, United States
Posted:
November 27, 2017

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Ivanti Galloway

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EDUCATION:

Wake Forest University (WFU), Winston-Salem, NC May 2018 Masters of Arts in Mathematics

Relevant Coursework: Multivariate Statistics, Linear Models, Probability, Mathematical Statistics, Introduction to Statistical Learning (Machine Learning) The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), Greensboro, NC May 2016 Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Minor: Classical Studies Relevant Coursework: Introduction to Mathematical Models in Biology Honors: Cum Laude, Pi Mu Epsilon (National Mathematics Honor Society), Graduate of LeaderShape Institute, Bronze Level of UNCG s Leadership Challenge Program

SKILLS:

Computer Skills: Python, R, Sage, LaTex, Word, Excel, PowerPoint RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:

\Measuring Cost of Avoiding Vaccinations"

WFU Department of Mathematics and Statistics June 2017-Present

Utilized Maple to analyze system of ordinary di erential equations

E ectively communicate results of the project through oral presentations and a written thesis

\Investigation of Greensboro Police O cers"

UNCG Department of Mathematics and Statistics Spring 2016

Analyzed 295,228 tra c stops made by the Greensboro Police Department over six years for patterns of racial bias towards African-American drivers

Improved computational skills by learning R

Exercised teamwork and collaboration with peers to e ciently analyze data

Expanded knowledge of upper-level statistics through reading manuscripts and applying statistical techniques

\The E ects of Mutation on the Evolution Of Cooperation" UNCG Department of Mathematics and Statistics May 2015-May 2016

Designed dynamic model of two behavioral morphs within a population

Investigated how behavioral mutation of o spring can transition a population from a \sel sh" state to a \cooperative" one

Developed computational skills utilizing MATLAB to solve equations essential to research PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:

Member, National Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM), UNCG and WFU August 2013-Present

Chartered an AWM chapter at WFU and serve as president from February 2016 to present

Created and lead mentor network at WFU to retain female mathematics majors

Serve as a mentor through WFU’s AWM chapter

Organize meetings to create a community for all students in mathematics Presenter, The UNCG Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference November 4, 2017

Won best presentation for Measuring Cost of Avoiding Vaccinations

Served on panel highlighting the bene ts of undergraduate research from the student perspective Member, American Mathematical Society August 2016-Present 1

Presenter, Joint Math Meetings (JMM) January4-6, 2017

Presented: Investigation of Greensboro Police O cers Presenter, The UNCG Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference November 4, 2016

Presented: Investigation of Greensboro Police O cers

Served on panel highlighting the bene ts of undergraduate research from the student perspective Attendee, Joint Math Meetings (JMM) January6-9, 2016 Presenter, National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) April 7-9, 2016

Presented: The E ects of Mutations on the Evolution of Cooperation Presenter, The UNCG Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference November 12, 2015

Presented: The E ects of Mutations on the Evolution of Cooperation Presenter, International Conference of Undergraduate Research September 28-30, 2015

Presented: The E ects of Mutations on the Evolution of Cooperation via live stream to a multidisciplinary audience in seven countries spanning ve continents

Presenter, The Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics November 21-22, 2015

Presented: The E ects of Mutations on the Evolution of Cooperation OTHER EXPERIENCE:

Teaching Assistant, John Hopkins CTY Program, Bristol, RI June 2017-August 2017

Served as primary instructor of a class for evening classes

Created lesson plans and hands on activities to help students investigated the paradoxical nature of in nity, other paradoxes, and high level mathematical concepts

Documented the progress of each student in the classroom Teaching Assistant, WFU, Winston-Salem, NC August 2016-Present

Re ne independent learning skills by teaching myself unfamiliar concepts in statistics in order to tutor students in the subject

Increased understanding of mathematical computations by grading Sage programming assignments

Gained in depth knowledge of calculus and statistics by tutoring in these subjects

Bettering attention to detail by grading assignments Teaching Assistant, John Hopkins CTY Program, Santa Cruz, CA June 2016-August 2016

Instructed all evening session classes without the assistance or presence of the primary class instructor

Created lesson plans to help students investigated the paradoxical nature of in nity

Documented the progress of each student in the classroom Teaching Assistant, UNCG, Greensboro, NC August 2014-May 2016

Learned to communicate mathematical principles to people with little background knowledge in math

Served as supplemental instructor to nearly three hundred college algebra and precalculus students each semester Writing Consultant, UNCG, Greensboro, NC January 2014-May 2016

Developed verbal communication skills while articulating feedback to writers about their work

Advanced writing skills by being trained in writing an editing as well as working with diverse student writing groups

Increased organizational skill by also serving as the desk manager of the school’s writing center Math Club, UNCG, Greensboro, NC August 2011-May 2016

Served as president from August 2014 to May 2016

Facilitated all meetings

Recruited mathematicians at local universities and in industry to speak to undergraduates about research and careers in mathematics

Executed all secretary, treasurer, and other executive member duties for the club 2



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