Gregory K. Miller, PhD

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Professor of Statistics

Director, Statistical Consulting Center

Fall 2012 Courses and Office Hours

MTH 359 (Undergraduate) Probability Modeling MW 1:00-2-15 (See Book at Right)

MTE 563 (Graduate) Seminar in Probability (Occasional Saturdays 8-5)

 

Office Hours: MR 3-5, T 1-3. None on W & F.

 

Contact Information

  • Office: 312 Math&Stat Building (next to Steen Library, #52 on map)
  • Voice Mail : (936) 468-1860
  • E-mail: gmiller@sfasu.edu

Some Current Activities I am Involved In....

At-Risk Indentification and Intervention Work With Texas Nursing Programs Leads to $3MM in Funding Over the course of the last few years, the School of Nursing and the East Texas Nursing Consortium have been my consulting partners on just shy of $1 million in funding to identify and intervene with at-risk students in nursing schools across the region. The Texas Higher Education Coordination Board has sponsored a good fraction of our efforts and has rewarded the SFA team of researchers with exclusive rights to perform statistical services for statewide replication of our investigations. The total project will lead to SFA supervising a $3 million project, with over $200,000 devoted specifically to SFA for program leadership and statistical services. This is the first time EVER that the coordinating board has been involved in this magnitude of a replication study in the health sciences. The data set on this subject is thought to be the largest of its kind in the southern US and possibly the nation. I have been and continue to provide all statistical support for what now will approach a $4 million outlay across seven total years.

Statistical Consulting Center Formally Recognized and in the Process of ExpansionA proposal has been accepted to expand the Statistical Consulting Center into a year-round operation. In 2009, the Statistical Consulting Center became a formally recognized center on campus after nine years of operation. Previously, the Center was only funded during summers. We now should be able to offer statistical consulting year-round in the near future. Soon, we hope to have a separate office-front as well on the first floor of the Math&Stat building. Thanks to all the clients on campus that continue to support our endeavors.

Mathematics Major Overhauled and Will Now Require Probability and Statistics After what seems like an insane number of years in revision, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics will unveil a new and improved bachelors degree in Mathematics. All mathematics major will now be required to complete MTH 359: Probability Models and MTH 360: Statistical Inference. MTH 359 replaces MTH 419 (see book at sidebar) and will focus more on modeling and tying theory to applications. MTH 360 replaces MTH 420 and will focus on data analysis after sound development of statistical procedures is presented. This six-hour requirement along with other modifications to the mathematics major should greatly enhance both the relevance and viability of the major. These changes are well overdue and the students of the future stand to benefit from a more broad view of the mathematical sciences.

SFA Volleyball Blog in its 4th Season In addition to my academic duties, I am also the public address announcer for SFA Volleyball... four years ago I launched www.sfavolleyblog.net. It has been great fun and I look forward to updating it over the winter and spring. During 2012, the club looks to reload and return the top of the conference where we have been so many years in the past. It is great to be a small part of the SFA Volleyball family and I sincerely thank all the coaches, players, Athletics office staff, parents and fans for their support. In the coming year, I will be trying to unite more with the Southland Conference and be a voice of SLC Volleyball beyond the SFA boundaries. Many fans, parents and coaches of other teams are faithful readers and so hopefully some partnership with the conference can be established. I truly love being a part of SFA Volleyball.

I am the public address announcer at Jaycees Field for the SFA Baseball team. The team had several recent sucessful seasons and looks to build on it this year as the season gets underway in late February 2013.

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