Department of Statistics Unitmark
Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences

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The Department of Statistics & Data Science is located in Baker Hall 132 on the Carnegie Mellon University campus. Feel free to stop by or set up a visit.

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Department of Statistics & Data Science
Baker Hall 132
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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Special Faculty, Program Director

Jamie McGovern

Jamie McGovern joined CMU after a long career as a consulting executive. His experience spans Life Sciences, Financial Services, Consumer Products, Energy, Telecommunications, and Media & Entertainment industries. In the area of Human Capital Management transformation and Operations, Mr. McGovern led diverse, cross-border teams in the design and delivery functional and technical solutions geared towards improving the competitiveness of organizations in the global economy while building highly functional and capable practices and cross-border teams of consulting professionals. The professional development aspects of his career were also the most rewarding, and he brings extensive industry experience and perspective to the Professional Skills aspects of the MSP Program.

Academic & Career Advisor

Teraya White

Teraya White is a valued resource delivering many key functions as part of the MSP core team. Teraya brings a wealth of experience from her prior work history guiding professional development at one of the nation's leading law firms. At CMU, Teraya provides critical advising support for MSP students, addressing a variety of needs from the classroom to the workplace as students embark on rewarding and challenging careers. She is the linchpin connecting students to information and resources, while proactively identifying issues and helping faculty, staff, and students navigate the processes central to a successful MSP experience.

Founding Director

Joel Greenhouse

Professor Greenhouse's research focuses on statistical problems in psychiatry and epidemiology, clinical trials and meta-analysis, and the design and analysis observational studies. He is an award-winning instructor and tireless advisor, and he created our trend-setting introductory statistics sequence. In addition, Professor Greenhouse also supervises the additional Statistics majors in the Undergraduate Program.