History of Mathematics at GVSU
Statistics Faculty


Phone: 616-331-2041
Ted Sundstrom
sundstrt@gvsu.edu

Department of Mathematics
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI 49401
Following is a list of statistics faculty that were in the Department of Mathematics, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, or the Department of Mathematics and Statistics until the Department of Statistics was formed in 2001.
 
Phyliss Curtiss (Ph.D. 1999 – Bowling Green State University)
Started: 1998     Current Rank: Associate Professor
Joined Statistics Dept. in 2001
 
John Gabrosek (Ph.D. 1999 – Iowa State University)
Started: 1999     Current Rank: Associate Professor
Joined Statistics Dept. in 2001
 
Gary Griffiths (Ph.D. – University of Iowa)
1972 – 1987      Highest Rank:  Associate Professor, 1977

Soon Hong (Ph.D. 1987 – University of New Mexico)
Started: 1987     Current Rank: Professor
Joined Statistics Dept. in 2001
 
Jann-Huei Jinn (Ph.D. 1987 – SUNY Albany)
Started: 1991     Current Rank: Professor
Joined Statistics Dept. in 2001
 
Timothy Lesnick (Ph.D. – University of Michigan)
1994 – 1996      Highest Rank:
 
John Quiring (Ph.D. 1972 – University of Minnesota)
1974 – 1986      Highest Rank: Associate Professor, 1978
 
Diann Reischmann (Ph.D. 1998 – University of Missouri)
Started: 1998     Current Rank: Associate Professor
Joined Statistics Dept. in 2001
 
Justine Ritchie (Ph.D. 1994 – University of Arizona)
1995 – 2001      Highest Rank: Assistant Professor
Joined Statistics Dept. in 2001
 
Neal Rogness (Ph.D. 1993 – University of Northern Colorado)
Started: 1994     Current Rank: Associate Professor
Joined Statistics Dept. in 2001
 
Paul Stephenson (Ph.D. 1995 – Clemson University)
Started: 1995     Current Rank: Associate Professor
Joined Statistics Dept. in 2001
 
George Sturm (Ph.D. – Ohio State University)
1985 – 1994      Highest Rank: Associate Professor
 
  Last Modified Date: September 16, 2014
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