mcgrathvita - RICHARD N MCGRATH APPLIED STATISTICS AND...

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1 RICHARD N. MCGRATH APPLIED STATISTICS AND OPERATIONS RESEARCH BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY I. Academic Degrees Ph.D., Statistics from The Pennsylvania State University, 2000 M.S., Statistics (with an option in Quality and Productivity) from Rutgers, The State Uni- versity of New Jersey, 1996 B.S., Industrial and Management Systems Engineering , The Pennsylvania State University, 1983 II. Academic Positions Professor of Statistics , Bowling Green State University, 2011-present Associate Professor of Statistics , Bowling Green State University, 2005-2011 Visiting Associate Professor of Statistics , University of Michigan, 2007-2008 Assistant Professor of Statistics , Bowling Green State University, 2000-2005 Graduate Lecturer , The Pennsylvania State University, 1997-2000 Graduate Assistant , The Pennsylvania State University, 1996-1997 Instructor/Course Developer , AT&T, 1988-1995 III. Non-academic Positions Business Quality Manager , AT&T Data Communications Services, 1995-1996 Instructor/Course Developer , AT&T Bell Laboratories Technical Education Center, 1988- 1995 Product Assurance Engineer , AT&T Federal Systems, 1986-1988 Manufacturing Control Engineer , AT&T Technology Systems, 1983-1986
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2 IV. Teaching Experiences 1. Undergraduate Courses Bowling Green State University STAT 211 - Elementary Statistics I, 1 year, last taught 2004 STAT 212 - Elementary Statistics II, 9 years, last taught 2011 STAT 200 – Using Statistics, 1 year, last taught 2007 University of Michigan STAT 470 – Introduction to Design of Experiments, 1 year, last taught 2007 Pennsylvania State University STAT 100 - Statistical Concepts and Reasoning, 1 year, last taught 1999 STAT 200 - Elementary Statistics, 3 years, last taught 1999 2. Undergraduate-Graduate Courses Bowling Green State University STAT 402/502 - Regression Analysis, 4 years, last taught 2006 STAT 406/506 - Sample Design, 7 years, last taught 2007 STAT 408/508 – Experimental Design, 2 years, last taught 2010 STAT 412/512 – Applied Nonparametric Statistics, 2 years, last taught 2005 STAT 414/514 – Statistical Quality Control, 1 year, last taught 2004 3. Graduate Courses Bowling Green State University MBA 651 – Business Analytical Tools for Managerial Decisions, 3 years, last taught 2011 MBA 652 – Business Tools, 2 years, last co-taught 2008, last taught 2009 STAT 601 - Statistics for Managerial Decision Making, 9 years, last taught 2009 STAT 620 – Experimental Design II, 4 years, last taught 2007 STAT 675 – Research Methods in Statistics, 3 years, last taught 2010 University of Michigan STAT 570 – Design of Experiments, 1 year, last taught 2008 Pennsylvania State University STAT 502 - Analysis of Variance, 3 years, last taught 1999 4. Other Teaching. McGrath, R. N., “Statistical Gaffs and Guffaws: Some Funny (and not so funny)
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