Thomas DiCiccioAssociate Professor of Social Statistics
Thomas DiCiccio is Associate Professor in the Department of Social Statistics, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University. Before joining Cornell, he held faculty positions at McMaster University, University of Toronto, and Stanford University.
Thomas DiCiccio teaches courses on statistical methodology for the social sciences, primarily at the undergraduate level.
Thomas DiCiccio's research broadly involves higher-order methods for accurate statistical inference, as achieved through asymptotic, computer-intensive, and Bayesian methods; areas of application involve linear models, skew distributions, and time series.
Thomas DiCiccio is Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Statistical Science major in the College of Arts and Sciences and for the Biometry and Statistics major in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. He is also director for the Biometry and Statistics minor which is offered through the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and is available to all Cornell Undergraduates. He is the Academic Integrity Hearing Board Chair for the School of Industrial and Labor Relations.
- Mallika Banerjee, Pamela Tolbert, Thomas Diciccio. 2012. Friend or foe? The effects of contingent workers on standard workers' job sttitudes, International Journal of Human Resources Management . 11:2180-2204.