Saint Michael's College
Nominations of students to Mu Sigma Rho, national honor society for statistics: 5 students in 2020, 5 in 2021, and 9 in 2022. (Mu Sigma Rho at SMC)
Summer REU with Seamus Stein (SMC Trustee’s Summer funding) and Kevin Russell (Vermont NASA Space Grant funding), June 6 - July 29, 2022; Causation in philosophy and statistics
Senior seminar, MA/ST/DS 410, with eight students, * = presented as Academic Symposium
DS 495 honors thesis in Data Science with Paige Fleming on Neural Networks, 2022
Senior seminar advising, 2021, Abigail Dirks (The math behind collecting MRI data and creating images)
DS 495 honors thesis in Data Science with Conner Lorenz, "Data Visualizations: How to quickly impact a message", 2021
VBRN research with Daniel Fortier, Conner Lorenz, and Daniel Mallory, Missing Data Methods in Dental Research Data Sets, 2020-21; Summer REU
MA 490 Readings and Research, spring 2018
Sophie Adams, Modeling Extreme Weather
Jessica Greene, Airline Scheduling Problems
Rebecca Rouleau, Enhancement of Models for Chestnut Tree Growth
Brenna Smith, Logistic Regression to Predict Heritage Circle Membership (at SMC)
Harrison Southworth, Impact of All Star Game on Players in Baseball
MA 410 Senior Seminar advising, 2018, Ryan Packer, “An in-depth look at pace of play and comebacks in the NBA and the Gauss Markov Theorem”
Iowa State University
Martinek, Chris, and Owais, Aatekah, summer undergraduate interns, ISU, summer 2005, co-advised with Frederick O. Lorenz. Primary advisor to Ms. Owais.
Elsbernd, Katie. Student in statistics 341, fall of 2004. Recommended for ISU summer NSF VIGRE research experience (2005). Recommended for JPSM summer fellow program (2006).
Kyle Hewitt, summer undergraduate VIGRE intern, ISU, summer 2004. Attending graduate program in statistics at ISU, fall 2005.
David Faden, enrolled in Statistics 341, spring 2005, informal summer undergraduate advisee, ISU, summer 2005. Attending ISU graduate statistics, fall 2005.
The University of Chicago
Kenichi Okamoto, The University of Chicago, spring 2003, reading and simulation relating to species extinction and Poisson processes. Honors paper.
Heath Hohwald, Undergraduate Honors Thesis advisor (with John Barnard) in Applied Mathematics, Harvard University, spring 1998, “Grouping the U.S. Equity Industries Into Sectors Using Hierarchical Agglomeration, Random Relocation, and Model-Based Bayesian Cluster Analysis.”