Regina Nuzzo

Professor
Science, Technology & Math / Mathematics (also: Clinical Psychology, Psychology Department)

Regina Nuzzo

Phone Numbers

202-651-5315 (V)

Email

regina.nuzzo@gallaudet.edu

Location

Hall Memorial Building S340F

Dr. Regina Nuzzo has been teaching math since 1985, when she started freelance tutoring in junior high. She went on to get a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering at the University of South Florida in 1996 and a Ph.D. in Statistics in 2003 from Stanford University, where she taught statistics to undergraduate, graduate and medical students. She is also a 2004 graduate of the Science Writing program at the University of California-Santa Cruz, where she learned to write about math, science, and health for a variety of audiences. 

 Dr. Nuzzo's writing has appeared in (links follow) the New York TimesLos Angeles TimesESPN the Magazine, Reader's DigestScientific AmericanNew ScientistScience News, and Nature, among others. She was a guest on NBC's Today show (video) in 2008 to discuss her popular LA Times article on evolutionary psychology and dating. Her feature article on p-values earned her the American Statistical Association's 2014 Excellence in Statistical Reporting Award, and she facilitated the working group that produced the precedent-setting 2016 ASA P-Values Statement.

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Gallaudet

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Washington, DC 20002

Gallaudet

800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002