Facilitator: Amanda Matson

Amanda Matson
Biography: Dr. Amanda Matson loves working with both data and people. She earned her Ph.D. in mathematics from North Dakota State University in 2008, joined Clarke University's math department in 2009, and is currently a Full Professor of Mathematics. Dr. Matson combines knowledge from her doctoral degree in mathematics with community involvement to help everyday people use mathematics and statistics to better understand the world around them. Her favorite part of working with Clarke's CareerPLUS program is the opportunity to help people learn to think, care, and act.

Courses by this facilitator


Data-Informed Decision Making
Ever wish you could more effectively use data when you are faced with making a decision or spearheading a new project? In this micro course, you will be introduced to basic concepts of statistics and come away with strategies for making data-informed decisions.
March 1-28, 2022, Online
Data Visualization: Telling Your Story with Data
In this micro course, you will be introduced to basic concepts of statistics and come away with strategies for using data visualization methods in your daily work.
April 1-28, 2022, Online
Data Visualization: Making Sense of All that Data
This micro course will help you make sense of the complicated data that you might often encounter in your workplace. You will explore strategies for using data visualization methods to understand, organize, and synthesize data in a clear, compelling way
November 1-28, 2021, Online
May 1-28, 2022, Online