Jane Robertson Evia
Assistant Professor of Practice
- B.S., North Carolina State University, 1994 (Statistics)
- M.A., Appalachian State University, 2007 (Mathematics)
- Ph.D, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2012 (Educational Psychology)
- American Educational Research Association
- American Statistical Association
- International Association for Statistical Education
- STAT 1004 First Year Experience in Learning from Data
STAT 3005 Statistical Methods
- STAT 3604 Statistics for the Social Sciences
- STAT 4024 Communication in Statistical Collaborations
- Statistics education
- Collaborative learning
- Student self-efficacy
- Program evaluation
- STEM Communication
- Chen, X., Self, J.Z., House, L., Wenskovitch, J., Sun, M., Wycoff, N., Robertson Evia, J., Leman, S., North, C. (2018). Be the Data: Embodied visual analytics. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 11(1), 81-95.
- Dierker, L., Robertson Evia, J., Singer-Freeman, K., Woods, K., Zupkus, J., et. al. (2018). Project-based learning in introductory statistics: Comparing course experiences and predicting positive outcomes for students from diverse educational settings. International Journal of Educational Technology and Learning, 3(2), 52-64.
- Robertson Evia, J., Peterman, K., Cloyd, E., Besley, J. (2018). Validating a scale that measures scientists’ self-efficacy for public engagement with science. International Journal of Science Education, Part B, 8(1), 40-52.
- Peterman, K., Robertson Evia J., Cloyd, E., Besley, J. (2017). Assessing public engagement outcomes by the use of an outcome expectations scale for scientists. Science Communication, 39(6), 782-797.