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Office Manager and Fiscal Officer, B.A., Psychology, Hope College, 1982.
Systems Manager, B.A., Linguistics, Ohio State, 2001.
Systems Developer. B.A., Psychology, Ohio State, 2002.
Tom enjoys photography and teaching martial arts classes. He will also talk to complete strangers about his cats.
CAUSE Program Coordinator, B.S. Applied Science from Miami University
Jean joined the department in October of 2005 after 11 years at Kenyon College as an administrative assistant, grant coordinator and event planner. Mom of two (and a Chocolate Labrador), stepmom of two and grandma to one. She enjoys cooking, reading, and travel.
Office Administrative Associate.
Systems Developer/Engineer, Research Web Programmer.
Mr. Slauson has experience with a multitude of programming languages, databases and operating systems. In his spare time he is a motorcyclist, skier, and musician proficient on seven musical instruments.
Senior Systems Manager, B.S., B.A, Computer Science, French, Ohio State, 1992, 1997.
Mr. Smith has experience using Unix on various platforms, Windows, and Macintosh. His computing interests lie in system administration, C programming, games, and operating systems. Other academic interests include French, Spanish, philosophy, literature and history.
LISA VAN DYKE
Graduate Studies Coordinator, B.A., Sociology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1997.
Ms. Van Dyke has a background in academic advising and student affairs. In her free time, she enjoys knitting, reading, gaming, and spending time with her pets and loved ones.
Auxiliary Associate Professor/Program Specialist, Ph.D., Statistics Education, Ohio State, 2000.
Dr. Miller returned to Ohio State in July 2003 after three years teaching at Drury University in Springfield, MO. While she loved her position at Drury, Dr. Miller felt that it was time to return home and to Ohio State. Dr. Miller is quite active in the statistics education comminuty and is involved in stat ed activities at the national level. Non-academic interests include working out, rowing, biking, reading, movies, and, of course, her dogs.
Statistics Education Specialist / Auxiliary Professor
Dr. Deborah Rumsey is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association. Her area of specialty is statistics education. Her particular interests include immersive learning environment design, undergraduate curriculum development, and teacher training and support. Dr. Rumsey is the author of the books "Statistics for Dummies", "Statistics Workbook for Dummies" and "Probability for Dummies". She is the Program Chair and Conference Designer for USCOTS, the United States Conference on Teaching Statistics. Dr. Rumsey is the Associate Director for Outreach of CAUSE, the Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education. She enjoys her family, fishing, driving tractors, and Ohio State Buckeye Football (not necessarily in that order).
Statistical Consulting Service
Auxiliary Associate Professor/Director, Statistical Consulting Service.
Dr. Holloman's primary responsibilities within the SCS include mentoring graduate students performing statistical analyses and assisting university researchers and external clients in the planning, development, execution, and analysis of scientific experiments. His research interests include Bayesian Statistics, spatial modeling, and statistical computing.
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