Mauricio Sadinle

Teaching at University of Washington

Biost 531: Statistical Methods for Analysis with Missing Data
Department of Biostatistics, Winter 2019.
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Biost 509: Introduction to R for Data Analysis in the Health Sciences
Department of Biostatistics, Autumn 2018.

Biost 562: Computational Skills for Biostatistics II
Department of Biostatistics, Winter 2018.

Teaching at Carnegie Mellon University

Stat 36-720: Discrete Multivariate Analysis
Department of Statistics, Fall 2014 (co-taught with Stephen E. Fienberg).

Other Teaching Experience

Teaching Assistant, Department of Statistics, Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh PA, 2010-2014.
Probability theory and random processes, statistical methods, introduction to probability theory, introduction to statistical inference, intermediate statistics, social network models.

Instructor, School of Human Sciences, National University of Colombia - Bogota, 2010.
Introduction to probability and statistics for social scientists.

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, School of Economics, National University of Colombia - Bogota, 2007.
Elements of calculus, linear algebra, statistics, and probability.

Teaching Training

Future Faculty Program, The Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation, Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh PA, completed in 2015.
This program helps prepare graduate students for a faculty career. It includes a number of teaching seminars, teaching feedback consultations, a course design project, and a statement of teaching philosophy project.

International Teaching Assistant Test, The Intercultural Communication Center, Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh PA, passed in 2013.
A "pass" in this test certifies a strong English proficiency level and allows, under Pennsylvania law, a non-native English speaker to give lectures, recitations, labs and studios, as well as serve as sole instructor for a course.