Bailey Kathryn Fosdick

Assistant Professor

Department of Statistics

Colorado State University

205 Statistics Building

bailey.fosdick [at]

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Curriculum Vitae

Under Review / Preprints

Campbell, B.W., Marrs, F.W., Böhmelt, T., Fosdick, B.K., and Cranmer, S.J., Latent influence networks in global environmental politics. Submitted.

Marrs, F.W., Campbell, B.W., Fosdick, B.K., Cranmer, S.J., and Böhmelt, T., Inferring Influence Networks from Longitudinal Bipartite Relational Data. Submitted. [preprint | code]

Ng, T.L.J., Murphy, T.B., Westling, T., McCormick, T.H., and Fosdick, B.K., Modeling the social media relationships of Irish politicians using a generalized latent space stochastic blockmodel. Submitted. [preprint]

Marrs, F.W., Fosdick, B.K., and McCormick, T.H., Standard errors for regression on relational data with exchangeable errors. Submitted. [preprint | code]

Journal Publications   (* denotes equal contribution)

Fosdick, B.K., McCormick, T.H., Murphy, T.B., Ng T.L.J., and Westling, T., Multiresolution network models. To appear in the Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics. [preprint | code]

Levin, I.I., Fosdick, B.K., Tsunekage, T., Aberle, M.A., Bergeon-Burns, C.M., Hund, A.K., and Safran, R.J., (2018) Experimental manipulation of a signal trait reveals complex phenotype-behaviour coordination. Scientific Reports. 8:15533. [DOI]

Fosdick, B.K.*, Larremore, D.B.*, Nishimura, J.* and Ugander, J.*, (2018) Configuring random graph models with fixed degree sequences. SIAM Review. 60(2):315-355. [DOI | code]

Lee, W., Fosdick, B.K., and McCormick, T.H., (2018) Inferring social structure from continuous-time interction data. Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry. 34(2):87-104. [DOI | code]

Ellis, J., Johnson, E., and Fosdick, B.K., (2017) Factors contributing to students and instructors experiencing a lack of time in college calculus. International Journal of STEM Education. 4(12). [DOI]

Scharf, H.R., Hooten, M.B., Fosdick, B.K., Johnson, D.S., London, J.M., and Durban, J.W., (2016) Dynamic social networks based on movementAnnals of Applied Statistics. 10(4):2182-2202. [DOI | code]

Fosdick, B.K., De Yoreo, M., and Reiter, J.P., (2016) Categorical data fusion using auxiliary information Annals of Applied Statistics. 10(4):1907-1929. [DOI | code]

Levin, I., Zonana, D., Fosdick, B.K., Song, S.J., Knight, R. and Safran, R., (2015) Stress response, gut microbial diversity, and sexual signals correlate with social interactions. Biology Letters. 12(6). [DOI]

Ellis, J, Fosdick, B.K., and Rasmussen, C., (2015) Women 1.5 times more likely to leave STEM pipeline after calculus compared to men: Lack of mathematical confidence a potential culprit. PLoS ONE. 11(7): e0157447. [DOI]

Fosdick, B.K. and Hoff, P.D., (2015) Testing and jointly modeling dependencies between a network and nodal attributes. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 110(511):1047-1056. [code]

Gerland, P., Raftery, A.E., Sevcikova, H., Li, N., Gu, D., Spoorenber, T., Alkema, L., Fosdick, B.K., Chunn, J., Lalic, N., Bay, G., Buettner, T., Heilig, G., Wilmoth, J., (2014) World population stablilization unlikely this century. Science. 346:234-237. [reprint | DOI]

Fosdick, B.K. and Perlman, M.D., (2014) Variance-stabilizing and confidence-stabilizing transformations for the normal correlation coefficient with known variances. Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation. Published online. [DOI]

Fosdick, B.K. and Raftery, A.E., (2014) Regional probabilistic fertility forecasting by modeling between-country correlations. Demographic Research. 30:1011-1034. [DOI]

Fosdick, B.K. and Hoff, P.D., (2014) Separable factor analysis with applications to mortality data. Annals of Applied Statistics. 8(1):120-147. [DOI]

Hoff, P.D., Fosdick, B.K., Volfovsky, A., and Stovel, K., (2013) Likelihoods for fixed rank nomination networks. Network Science. 1:253-277. [DOI]

Fosdick, B.K. and Perlman, M.D., (2013) Covariate and Newton-Raphson adjustments for a normal correlation coefficient when the variances are known. Statistics and Probability Letters. 83(12):2627-2633. [DOI]

Fosdick, B.K. and Raftery, A.E., (2012) Estimating the correlation in bivariate normal data with known variances and small sample sizes. The American Statistician. 66(1):34-41. [DOI]

von Fischer, J.C., Rhew, R.C., Ames, G.M., Fosdick, B.K., von Fischer, P. E., (2010) Vegetation height and other controls of spatial variability in methane emissions from the Arctic coastal tundra at Barrow, Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research. 115, G00103. [DOI]

Draper (Fosdick), B., Marcin, D., Margolskee, A., Murden, R., Attarian, A., Evans, M.V., and Yokley, K.A., (2009) Feasibility of metabolic parameter estimation in pharmacokinetic models of carbon tetrachloride exposure in rats. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry. 91(3):521-546. [DOI]


     Women leaving STEM

               The Huffington Post, Dominique Mosbergen; 08/2016

               Vocativ, Allee Manning; 08/2016

               Science Careers, Maggie Kuo; 08/2016

               U.S. News, Lauren Camera; 07/2016

               Arizona Public Media, Melissa Sevignu; 07/2016

               The Washington Post, Rachel Feltman; 07/2016

               Dallas Business Journal, Caitlin Hendee; 07/2016

               Source, Katie Courage; 07/2016

     Population Projections

               UW Today, Hannah Hickey; 09/2014

               Scientific American, David Bielllo; 09/2014

               Science News, Sarah C.P. Williams; 09/2014

               New Scientist, Andy Coghlan; 09/2016

               Reuters, Will Dunham; 09/2016

               National Geographic, Robert Kunzig; 09/2016

               The Guardian, Damian Carrington; 09/2016    

               The Christian Science Monitor, Pete Spotts; 09/2016


Spring 2018: Introduction to Time Series Analysis (STAA 573), Methods in Multivariate Analysis (STAA 574)

Spring 2017: Methods in Multivariate Analysis (STAA 574)

Fall 2016: Introduction to Probability Theory (STAT 520)

Spring 2016: Probability and Statistics II (STAT 430)

Fall 2015: Introduction to Probability Theory (STAT 520)

Spring 2015: Probability and Statistics II (STAT 430)

Fall 2014: Design of Experiments (STAT 350)