Teaching
I teach a variety of courses in both applied probability and statistical inference at the graduate and undergraduate level at Penn State. Typically, my courses balance traditional theory with modern simulation and computational methods. This approach provides a classical foundation with a practical outlook that enables students to begin tackling scientific problems of current interest. For an archive of the courses I have taught in past semesters, see my archived site.

Math/Stat 416 Introduction to Stochastic Models (Fall 2015)

Stat 440 Computational Statistics (Spring 2015)

Math/Stat 414 Introduction to Probability (Spring 2015)

Math/Stat 416 Introduction to Stochastic Models (Spring 2014)

Math/Stat 414 Introduction to Probability (Fall 2013)

Stat 513 Theory of Statistics I (Fall 2013)

Stat 514 Theory of Statistics II (Spring 2013)

Math/Stat 416 Stochastic Modeling (Fall 2012)

Stat 513 Theory of Statistics I (Fall 2012)