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Bruce Dunham

Department of Statistics, UBC-V
Professor of Teaching
UBC
Bruce Dunham is a Professor of Teaching in the Department of Statistics at the University of British Columbia. Prior to arriving at UBC in 2005 he held positions at the universities of Nottingham and Derby in England, his native country. Prof. Dunham studied at the University of London for a PhD in probability theory. After several years pursuing a traditional research-oriented academic career, he decided his interests resided in education and pedagogy. He has taught over thirty different courses in the areas of mathematics and statistics and has developed a great enthusiasm for the adoption of active learning and evidence-based teaching methods. He is past president of the Statistical Society of Canada’s Education Section and also serves on the Education Committee.

My Speakers Sessions

Friday, October 25
 

11:15 PDT