Creating models for predicting if a freshman student will return in the spring will help Fulton Schools advising teams work more effectively.
Linda Chattin was a lecturer from 1994-1999 in the Industrial Engineering department at the State University of New York and has been teaching at Arizona State since 2000. Her areas of expertise are operations research and probabilistic modeling. Chattin received the A. Alan B. Pritsker Outstanding IE Teacher Award in 2009, 2010 and 2013.
Total projects: 6
Developing non-linear models to identify characteristics of students at risk of not enrolling will help implement centralized retention tools.