SIOUX CENTER, Iowa | Dr. Nathan Tintle has been appointed the new director of research and scholarship at Dordt College.
Tintle has served as a professor of statistics at Dordt since 2011, during which time he has earned several awards and research grants, including a best paper award from the Journal of Statistics Education, the Award for Noteworthy Scholarship by Dordt College, and the American Statistical Association’s Waller Education Award for excellence in teaching statistics.
He has amassed external research grants worth more than $2 million in his time at Dordt, including a substantial National Institutes of Health grant for work with the Human Genome Research Institute.
Tintle is also active in the development of new curricular materials and pedagogical strategies in undergraduate statistics education. He has published more than 40 peer-reviewed articles, has mentored more than 60 undergraduate research fellows since 2006, and currently serves as a committee member for the Section for Statistics Education of the American Statistical Association.