Statistics in environmental applications, statistical computing, statistical education, data science and analytics, Bayesian statistics
Virginia Commonwealth University, Statistical Sciences & Operations Research, Richmond, VAAssociate Professor, 2011-present
Chegg, Inc., Santa Clara, CASenior Data Scientist, 2014
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NCStatistician, 2003-2011
Kenyon College, Mathematics & Statistics, Gambier, OH
Assistant Professor, 2001-2003
Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los
Visiting Faculty Program, June 2002-July 2002
Duke University, Statistical Science, Durham, NC
Visiting Assistant Professor, 2000-2001
SAS Institute, Cary, NC
Assistant Applications Developer, 1996-1997
Duke University, Durham, NCPh.D. in Statistics and Decision Sciences, Dec. 1999
Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
B.S. in Mathematics (applied emphasis), May 1994
Completed degree in three years.
Operating systems: Linux/UNIX, Windows, Mac OS
Programming languages: R, C, SAS, SQL, Python
Document preparation: LaTeX, Google Docs, Microsoft Office, HTML
2011 Jeanne E. Griffith Mentoring Award
For the mentoring of junior staff in the federal statistical system
Awarded by the American Statistical Association, the Interagency Council on Statistical Policy, the Council for Excellence in Government, the Washington Statistical Society, the Social Statistics and Government Statistics Sections of the American Statistical Association, and the Council of Professional Associations on Federal Statistics.
2011 Collaboration Award
For contributing valuable statistical and programming expertise to projects within AMAD and across ORD in a positive and professional manner
Awarded by U.S. EPA's Atmospheric Modeling and Analysis Division.
2011 Special Achievement Award (team award)
For efforts to integrate and synthesize data and theory across multiple disciplines
Awarded by U.S. EPA's National Exposure Research Laboratory.
2008 Bronze Medal for Commendable Service (team award)
Through multi-office partnerships, completing a suite of products offering critical information on the effectiveness of the NOx SIP Call on air quality
Awarded by U.S. EPA's Office of Research and Development.
A complete list is available through my Google Scholar profile.
Virginia Commonwealth University
STAT 212: Concepts of Statistics
STAT/MATH 309: Introduction to Probability Theory
STAT 321: Introduction to Statistical Computing
STAT 404: Introduction to Statistical Inference
SYSM 682: Systems Seminar II
MATH 106: Elements of Statistics
MATH 206: Data Analysis
MATH 226: Design and Analysis of Experiments
MATH 336: Probability
MATH 436: Mathematical Statistics
STA 103: Probability and Statistical Inference
STA 110B: Statistics and Data Analysis in Economics
STA 110A: Statistics and Data Analysis in the Social Sciences