Li Awarded Purdue's Teaching for Tomorrow Award

May,  2011


Dr. Bo Li, Assistant Professor of Statistics, has been awarded the Teaching for Tomorrow Award for 2011-2012. She will be one of ten assistant (or newly promoted associate) professors matched with two experienced faculty mentors who will, over the next year, address important topics and experiences related to teaching and student learning. The program provides each participant with faculty development funds. 

Dr. Li joined the Department of Statistics in 2008. She received her Ph.D in Statistics from Texas A&M University in 2006, and was a post graduate scientist at National Center for Atmospheric Research during 2006-2008. Her primary research areas are spatial statistics, statistics in environmental sciences, climatology and public health. At Purdue, she has taught Applied Linear Regression, Introduction to Time Series, Statistical Inference, and Spatial Data Analysis. She enjoys both teaching and research at Purdue Statistics.

May 2011