Quantitative Reasoning (QR) is the application of mathematical thought and knowledge to authentic, everyday issues; sometimes called quantitative literacy, QR is demonstrated by the inclination and ability to make reasoned decisions using fundamental mathematics. CUNY, as part its educational initiatives in the quantitative domain, has created a Quantitative Reasoning Fellowship. This QR Fellowship is awarded to a select group of doctoral candidates with strong quantitative expertise. The central responsibility of QR Fellows is to support efforts to strengthen mathematical and quantitative reasoning education at the colleges by developing resources and supporting faculty initiatives. QR Fellows at SPS serve as tutors to help support students in courses with a quantitative component, like those involving math and statistics.
QR Fellows are appointed on an annual basis and bring various skills to the SPS QR initiative. They provide support to students at SPS in a wide range of mathematical concepts. Their mission is to help students think through and analyze math from a new perspective in both their coursework and daily lives.
2018-19 QR Fellows
Anthony Capote is a doctoral student of sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center. His research is centered around the role of mass media in everyday life and, more specifically, how elites use to mass media to perpetuate intersectional forms of inequality. He has experience in both quantitative and qualitative research methods, but has focused on quantitative methods like content analysis and survey research.
Other areas of expertise include criminology, race and ethnicity, digital sociology, and LatinX studies. In addition working as a QR Fellow, Anthony has taught “Sociology of the Internet and New Media” at Hunter College and also works at Hunter as a research assistant for the master’s program applied social research.
Anthony is available in the SPS offices at 101 W. 31st Street, 7th Floor on Mondays from 9 a.m., to 2 p.m. and Fridays from 2 to 7 p.m. He is also available digitally on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., for remote tutoring options.
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Pablo Crespo is a PhD candidate in economics at CUNY, The Graduate Center. His research is rooted in applied econometrics and finance with a focus on machine learning applications. He has been a teaching and research fellow as well as an instructor at both the graduate and undergraduate level for the last four years. Recently, Pablo has been a fellow at the Data Incubator which admits less than 2% of applicants among PhDs in STEM across several prestigious universities.
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