June 21, 2017

Amanda L. Golbeck, MA, MA, PhD

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor
 

Education

2006 – Certificate (Negotiation), Harvard University
2001 – Certificate (Leadership), American Association of State Colleges & Universities
1997 – Certificate (Educational Management), Harvard University
1983 – Ph.D. (Biostatistics), University of California – Berkeley
1979 – MA (Statistics), University of California – Berkeley
1977 – MA (Anthropology), University of California – Berkeley
1974 – BA (Anthropology), Grinnell College

Research Interests

Leadership, Diversity and Women in the Mathematical Sciences, Demography of the Mathematical Sciences Professions, History of Statistics, Statistical Narrative

Courses Taught

COPH 5148 Health Numeracy

Current Research Projects

  • Book: Golbeck AL and Molgaard CA (in progress). Raconteur: The Science Stories of Florence Nightingale David.
  • Editorial Board: Royal Statistical Society and American Statistical Association. Significance Magazine. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Current Grants

  • Co-Director, Investigator Development Core, Arkansas Center for Health Disparities (ARCHD): An NIMHD Center of Excellence (COE), National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities ($7,046,544), 2017-2022
  • Start-Up Grant, Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 2016-Present.

Recent Books

  • Golbeck AL, Ed. Leadership in Statistics and Data Science: Planning for Inclusive Excellence. Springer Nature, 432 pages, 2021. ISBN 978-3-030-60059-4.
  • Golbeck ALEquivalence: Elizabeth L. Scott at Berkeley. Chapman and Hall / CRC Press, 608 pages, 2017. ISBN-13: 978-1482249446.
  • Golbeck AL, Olkin I and Gel YR, Eds. Leadership and Women in Statistics. Chapman and Hall / CRC Press, 468 pages, 2016. ISBN-13: 978-1482236446.

Recent Publications

Golbeck AL. The road less travelled… How Elizabeth L. Scott and F. N. David made an impact, Significance Magazine. June 2021, pp. 36-38.

Golbeck AL and Molgaard CA. The changing culture of statistics and data science: A vision for the profession. IN Golbeck AL, ed. Leadership in Statistics and Data Science: Planning for Inclusive Excellence. Chapter 1, pp. 3-18, 2021.

Golbeck AL and Molgaard CA (invited paper). The Inimitable F. N. David: A Renaissance statistician. Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 68(3):321-330, 2021.

Golbeck AL, Barr TH, and Rose CA (invited paper). Report on the 2017-2018 Employment Experiences of the New Doctoral Recipients, Notices of the American Mathematical Society 67(8):1207-1213, December 2020.

Golbeck AL, Barr TH, and Rose CA (invited paper). Report on the 2017-2018 New Doctorate Recipients, Notices of the American Mathematical Society 67(8):1200-1213, September 2020.

Golbeck AL. (invited paper). Presidents of the Caucus for Women in Statistics, 1971-2021. Significance Magazine, 2020. Available at: https://www.significancemagazine.com/science/642-cws-presidents-1971-2021.

Golbeck AL. (invited paper). Supporting an inclusive community: A caucus for women in statistics. Significance Magazine, April 2020:42-44.

Golbeck AL, Barr TH, and Rose CA. (invited paper). 2018-2019 Faculty Salaries Report. Notices of the American Mathematical Society 67(2):1-12, February 2020.

Golbeck AL, Barr TH, and Rose CA (invited paper). Report on 2017-2018 Academic Recruitment, Hiring, and Attrition. Notices of the American Mathematical Society 67(2): 1-5, February 2020.

Golbeck AL, Barr TH, and Rose CA. (invited paper). Fall 2017 Departmental Profile Report. Notices of the American Mathematical Society 66(10):1721-1730, November 2019.

Golbeck AL, Barr TH, and Rose CA. (invited paper). Report on the 2016–2017 Employment Experiences of the New Doctoral Recipients, Notices of the American Mathematical Society (66): 1161 – 1165, August 2019.

Golbeck AL, Barr TH, and Rose CA. (invited paper). Report on the 2016-2017 New Doctorate Recipients. Notices of the American Mathematical Society 66(7):1151–1160, 2019.

Golbeck AL, Barr TH, and Rose CA. (invited paper). Doctoral Degrees Conferred, 2017–2018, Notices of the American Mathematical Society (66): 1118 – 1149, August 2019.

Golbeck AL. (invited paper) A “mover and shaker” for women in statistics. Significance Magazine, June 2019, pp. 36-38.

Golbeck AL, Barr TH, and Rose CA. (invited paper). Report on 2016-2017 Academic Recruitment, Hiring, and Attrition. Notices of the AMS 64(11):1431-1435, 2018.
Leadership in Academe. Invited Webinar, Caucus for Women in Statistics, March 12, 2019. Available at: https://cwstat.org/

Golbeck, AL. (invited paper). “Scott, Elizabeth L.” In Wiley StatsRef: Statistics Reference Online. Davidian, M., Everitt, B., Kenett, RS., Longford, NT., Molenberghs, G., Piegorsch, WW., and Ruggeri, F., eds. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. doi: 10.1002/9781118445112.stat01381.pub2. 5 pp, 2018.

Golbeck AL, Barr TH, and Rose CA. (invited paper). Fall 2016 Departmental Profile Report. Notices of the AMS 65(8):952-962, 2018.

Golbeck AL, Barr TH, and Rose CA. (invited paper). 2017-2018 Faculty Salaries Report. Notices of the AMS 65(7):829-835, August 2018.

Golbeck AL. (press release) Statistics Association Presidents Establish Elizabeth L. Scott and F.N. David Lectureships. AmStat News 492:39, June 2018.

Golbeck AL. (invited blog post). Amanda Golbeck on Why Choose Statistics. Statisticsview.com. April 3 2018. http://www.statisticsviews.com/details/news/10961435/Amanda-Golbeck-on-why-choose-statistics.html

Golbeck AL, Barr TH, and Rose CA (invited paper). Report on the 2015-2016 new doctoral recipients. Notices of the AMS 65(3):771-785, 2018.

For more Information, visit the Biostatistics faculty web profile for Amanda Golbeck.