Ph.D., Texas A&M University, 1977; M.S., University of California, 1971; B.S., University of Houston, 1970; A.A., Wharton County Jr. College.
Scheduling Model for US Oil Tankers (Research assistant - TAMU); Yuma Profile Analysis (ASU Bureau of Business & Economic Research); Coal-fired Power Plant Comparison Study
Arizona State University: 1982-present. Previous Appointments: Texas A&M University, University of Florida, Mesa Community College
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Owner, AzCa Embroidery Inc., 2000-present; Senior Statistical Modeler, GE Capital, 1997-2000; Manager, Forecasting & Integrated Planning, Salt River Project, 1979-1997.
"Modeling Residential Electricity Consumption," Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science Annual Meeting, 1982.
"Utility Forecasting Methods," Arizona State University, 1983.
"West-side Valley Growth," Tolleson Chamber of Commerce, 1984 & 1987.
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ECN 221 - Business Statistics
Methods of statistical description. Applies probability theory and statistical inference in business.
ECN 501 - Statistics for Managers
Fundamentals of statistical analysis to aid management decision making.