Ph.D. Statistics University of Georgia 1988
M.S. Statistics Rutgers University 1983
B.S. Mathematics University of Alaska, Anchorage 1980
My teaching duties involve a variety of courses in the Department of Statistics. The courses that I have taught in the Department of Statistics are Stat 431 (Statistical Analysis), Stat 404 (now Stat 426) ( SAS programming), Stat 422 (Sampling), Stat 504 (Introduction to Interdisciplinary Data Analysis), Stat 507 (Design of Experiments) (both Engineering Outreach video and live on-campus sections), Stat 514 (Nonparametric Statistics), Stat 521 (Multivariate Analysis) and Stat 550 (Regression) (both Engineering Outreach video and live on-campus sections). Another statistics site at the University of Idaho that you may find interesting is our Statistical Consulting Center site.
My research interests are on problems in statistical genetics, biostatistics, and statistical methods applied to issues in natural resources. One of the topics that I work on is the analysis of human twin data. Another area of interest is the estimation of disease prevalence from various types of data, such as in groups of fish that are collected and have their tissue pooled to test for disease status.
The Department of Statistics is located in Brink Hall.
The Statistical Consulting Center is in Brink 400, which is the room with the three windows on the top floor above the sidewalk in this photograph.
Here are a set of links to items that you might find interesting.
|University of Idaho||U I Department of Statistics|
|The American Statistical Association||StatLib at Carnegie Mellon|
|ASA Snake River Chapter||Virtual Statistics Library|
|Statistics Employers||Online Career Center|
Here is a link to some talks.
Here is a link to some of my research materials.
If you would like to send me e-mail, my address is firstname.lastname@example.org.