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12:00 Esra Kurum, (University of California, Riverside)
Introductions and moderator guidelines
12:05 Nicole Lazar, (University of Georgia)
"History of the topic and the motivation for American Statistical Association's and The American Statistician's involvement in this topic"
12:25 Daniel Jeske, (University of California, Riverside)
"Technical overview of some of the alternative procedures found in the special issue of The American Statistician."
12:55 Jessica Utts, (University of California, Irvine)
"How we might teach and influence inter–disciplinary collaborations"
1:15 Nell Sedransk, (Director-DC, National Institute of Statistical Science)
"Translation to other contexts: social science and big data research"
1:30 Q & A from the audience and speakers