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Annual Report March 16, 2001 – March 15, 2002 Department of Statistics University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-8545 June 2002 Phone: 352/392-1941 Fax: 352/392-5175 Web Site: http://www.stat.ufl.edu Cover Graph Description: Overvote percentages for 62 Florida counties in the 2000 Presi- dential election, grouped by type of voting machine (optically scanned, votomatic punchcard, or datavote punchcard), and design of presidential ballot (on a single column and page or spread over two columns or two pages). From Agresti and Presnell (2001), ”Statistical Issues in the 2000 U.S. Presidential Election in Florida,” University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy, 13(1), 117–134. 1
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Contents 1 Research Activities: March 16, 2001 - March 15, 2002 8 2 Non-Refereed Publications 20 3 Technical Reports 23 4 Grants 26 5 Invited Presentations, Seminars and Short Courses 31 6 Contributed Presentations 37 7 Seminars At The University of Florida 38 8 International Activity 39 9 Editorial Activities 41 10 Consulting Activities 44 11 Professional Committees and Activities 47 12 Scientific Review Activities 49 13 College And University Service 49 14 Teaching Awards 51 15 Awards and Other Recognitions of Scholarship 51 16 Degrees Awarded 52 17 Courses Offered 52 18 Textbooks Authored By Our Faculty 53 19 IFAS Department of Statistics 56 20 Department of Statistics, College of Medicine (DOSCOM) 57 21 Children’s Oncology Group Research Data Center 58 2
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Faculty Agresti, Alan G., Distinguished Professor, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin 1972. Booth, James G., Professor, Ph.D., University of Kentucky 1987. Brank, Eve, Lecturer, Ph.D., University of Nebraska 2001. Carter, Randolph L., Professor, Ph.D., Iowa State University 1976. Casella, George, Professor and Chair, Ph.D. Purdue University 1977. Chang, Myron N., Professor, Ph.D., University of Maryland 1984. Conlon, Michael, Research Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of Florida 1982. Cornell, John A., Professor, Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute 1968. Devidas, Meenakshi, Research Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Memphis 1991. Garvan, Cynthia, Assistant Scientist, Ph.D., University of Florida, 1996. Ghosh, Malay, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D., University of North Carolina 1969. Hobert, James, Associate Professor, Ph.D., Cornell University 1994. Hutson, Alan D., Interim Director of Biostatistics and Research Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Rochester, 1996. Johnson, Patches L., Visiting Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Florida 2001. Kepner, James, Research Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of Iowa 1979. Khuri, Andr´e I., Professor, Ph.D. (Math.) University of Florida 1969, Ph.D. (Stat.) Vir- ginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 1976. Littell, Ramon C., Dir. IFAS Stat. and Professor, Ph.D., Oklahoma State University 1970. London, Wendy B., Research Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Medical College of Virginia 1997. Marks, Ronald G., Professor, Ph.D., University of Florida 1974. Martin, Frank G., Professor, Ph.D., North Carolina State University 1959.
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