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Moving Glacially: Lessons from two Remote Regions on Human Vulnerability

Event Details

Wednesday, December 9 2020
12:00pm-1:00pm Eastern Time (ET)


This event will kick-off our Social and Decision Analytics Seminar Series. 

Bio: Shane Reese is the Academic Vice President of Brigham Young University and an elected fellow of the American Statistical Association.

Shane Reese
Shane Reese

Reese joined the BYU statistics faculty in 2001. He received BYU’s Young Scholar Award in 2004 and the BYU Karl G. Maser Excellence in Teaching Award in 2010. Reese was the Melvin W. Carter Professor of Statistics from 2012-2017. Prior to entering academia, he worked in the Computer, Computational, and Statistical Sciences Division of Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Reese’s research has centered on Bayesian hierarchical models and Bayesian optimal experimental designs. He has created statistical models addressing a range of issues from predicting the power of solar storms to determining the safest method for destroying chemical weapons to assessing climate impact on glaciers in high mountain Asia and Antarctica. His work has also been used by the U.S. Olympic volleyball team as well as the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles.