Daniel Webster College (Aviation Mgmt)
University of Southern Maine (Master's)
I did my first two years of college at Worcester Polytechnic Institute studying Electrical and Computer Engineering and finished at Daniel Webster College with a degree in aviation and air traffic management. I finished my Master's degree in Statistics at the University of Southern Maine. I enjoy helping students learn new material and would some day like to be a professor of statistics at a university.
I did my first two years of college at Worcester Polytechnic Institute studying Electrical and Computer Engineering and finished at Daniel Webster College with a degree in aviation and air traffic management. I finished my Master's degree in Statistics at the University of Southern Maine. I enjoy helping students learn new material and would some
Joe is just a natural teacher. He's very bright but not the least bit pedantic. Dives right into the material. He slogs through the problems step by step with me and explains math terminology in a way that makes it seem intuitive. He's was a great find.
Helped with home work problems and explained things in an easier understanding way.
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I have a master's degree in statistics from the University of Southern Maine. During this program I took several courses in biostatistics covering the methods used and how they are applied. Biostatistical methods were a large part of this program. I received As in all of my biostats courses.
I took discrete math at WPI as an undergraduate. I use this subject in my current schoolwork on a regular basis. I find discrete math to be one of the most enjoyable branches of mathematics due to its wide applicability to a number of practical subjects.
The methods of linear algebra are much utilized in the fields of statistics operations research and I practiced many of them quite frequently during my master's program for analysis of statistical data and operations research systems (particularly queuing networks).
I used R as the primary statistical software for my grad school program, and continue to use R on a regular basis for data analysis projects in statistics and data science.