Texas Instruments Calculator Workshops in Statistics and Advanced Placement Statistics

Texas Instruments has funded two calculator workshops in Statistics (AdvSTAT) and Data Analysis (MODEL) at Clemson University this summer. The Teachers Teaching Teachers with Technology program will supply practicing classroom teachers to teach these workshops. Descriptions of both the MODEL and Advanced Placement Statistics Workshop appears below.

The fee for each of these workshops is $250.00. The participants will receive appropriate textbooks as specified by TI, and course materials. Participants are responsible for their room and board and transportation.

A private bedroom is available in a two bedroom suite at the air-conditioned Lightsy Bridge Apartments for $18.00 per night. Linen packets are available for $16.00 per week. A $2.00 per person per day charge covers insurance, use of the Redfern Health Center, and the Fike Recreation facilities. A meal ticket can be purchased for $13.65 per person per day. This brings the total cost for room and board to $174.25 for the one week workshop.

Two hours of graduate mathematics credit is available through Clemson University at the regular cost of tuition ($126 per credit hour plus $35 application to graduate school fee).

Applications must include a check made out to Clemson University in the amount of $250.00. Enrollment is limited to 40 for each workshop.

The AdvSTAT Workshop will be held July 19 through 23 on the Clemson University campus.

The MODEL Workshop will also be held July 19 through 23 on the Clemson University Campus. Dr. Calvin L. Williams will direct these workshop.

  • MODEL Institute
  • AdvSTAT Landy Godbold and Jeffrey Witmer will be the instructors for the AdvSTAT institute for the week of July 19-23.

    For more information or to enroll, contact Calvin L. Williams at (864) 656-5241.

    Author: Calvin L. Williams, Mathematical Sciences-Clemson University, Clemson University
    Last updated: February 23, 1999
    Send Comments to : calvinw@math.clemson.edu