Justin Post
5272 SAS Hall | Justin_Post@ncsu.edu | 919.515.0637

About me


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Hello and thank you for visiting my web page. I am currently a Teaching Associate Professor and the Director of Online Education in the Department of Statistics at North Carolina State University.

I have been involved in the department on and off since 2007. I was a graduate student from 2007-2012 and came back to the university in 2013 in as a Teaching Assistant Professor.

We have one of the largest doctoral programs in the country, a growing online master's program, a large undergraduate program, and courses that reach students across many fields of study. As awareness of the utility of statistics and data science continues to evolve we continue to grow!

As Director of Online Education I am heading the efforts to improve and grow our online program, update and oversee some of our large undergraduate introductory courses (some sections a hybrid between online and in person), and administer a few of our introductory programming courses (completely flipped courses).

In the past I served as the Director of Undergraduate Research.


Teaching


Teaching has always been a passion of mine. I am privileged to have taught both undergraduate and graduate courses, including many courses for our online Master's program. The courses I've taught at NCSU include:

  • ST 307 - Introduction to Statistical Programming- SAS
  • ST 308 - Introduction to Statistical Programming- R
  • ST 311 - Introduction to Statistics
  • ST 370 - Probability and Statistics for Engineers
  • ST 372 - Introduction to Statistical Inference and Regression
  • ST 421 - Introduction to Mathematical Statistics I
  • ST 422 - Introduction to Mathematical Statistics II
  • ST 501 - Fundamentals of Inference I
  • ST 502 - Fundamentals of Inference II
  • ST 511 - Experimental Statistics for Biological Sciences I
  • ST 512 - Experimental Statistics for Biological Sciences II
  • ST 521 - Statistical Theory I
  • ST 555 - Statistical Programming I
  • ST 558 - Introduction to Data Science

The material for these classes is available on wolfware (moodle).

Please see my teaching page for some teaching resources I think are useful and/or fun!


Stat'n'Chat

The Stat'n'Chat group is a collection of some local introductory statistics instructors from different colleges/universities that have gotten together to network and share ideas.

We usually meet the third Friday of each month for dinner and discussion. If you are interested, please e-mail me and I'll add you to our mailing list!