Caroline Lubert, Scholar, James Madison University
Fred Schenkelberg and Andre Kleyner interviews Caroline Lubert about her work as a profession, and mostly about her work as the RAMS Tutorial Chair.
[Note: This is a bonus episode recorded at RAMS 2016 in Tucson, AZ. Fred invited thought leaders to join him for a quick interview, thus please pardon the sounds of the conference in the background.]
Caroline is a professor in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics at James Madison University. She is also the Reliability and Maintainability Symposium Tutorial Program Chair.
She works with tutorial authors and speakers each year to bring a vibrant and comprehensive tutorial program to the conference attendees.
In this episode, Caroline discusses:
- The role of tutorials in the conference to bring value to attendees
- The process the team uses to select and schedule tutorials
- The future of tutorials with the conference
- The value the tutorials program offers to professional education
Recorded January 2016 at RAMS in Tucson, AZ.