7-23-97
Here is the final teaching schedule for Fall semester 1997.
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DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS COURSE SCHEDULE -- FALL 1997 

ST192 - INTRODUCTORY SEMINAR (1 Credit) 
Tanur: Statistics, A Guide to the Unknown, Latest, Wadsworth
Hrs. Arranged
Duane Boes
    
ST201 - GENERAL STATISTICS (3 Credits) (Must register for Lecture
and corresponding Recitation)
Graybill/Iyer/Burdick: Applied Statistics: A First Course in
Inference, 1997, Prentice Hall
Lectures 8:00a and 11:00a MW
Instructor: Rick Gumina + 2 TAs
Nite Section, 7-8:15p TR
Instructor: Gary Gadbury

ST204 - STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS (2 Credits)
Graybill/Iyer/Burdick: Applied Statistics: A First Course in
Inference, 1997, Prentice Hall
001 and 002 must register for one Laboratory in the L01 thru L12
series/003 must register for Laboratory L13
Lectures: 8:00a and 1:10p MW
Instructor: Jana Anderson + 2-3 TAs
Nite Section: 7-8:15p TR
Instructor: Sean Mahabir

ST301 - INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL METHODS (3 Credits)  
Devore/Peck: Statistics: The Exploration and Analysis of Data,
3rd ed, Duxbury/Wadsworth
Sec.001, 8a MWF, Dave Bowden
Sec.002, 10a MWF, Doug Bronson
Sec.003, Noon MWF, Rob Paige
Sec.004, 2p, MWF, Molly Van Caster
Sec.005, 7p TR, Andy Royle (Postdoc)

ST302 - DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS (3 Credits)       
Steel/Torrie: Principles & Procedures of Statistics, 3rd, 
McGraw Hill
11a MWF
Instructor: Jem Corcoran
                                    
ST303   INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATIONS PRINCIPLES (see EE303)

ST304 - MULTIPLE REGRESSION ANALYSIS (3 Credits)      
Graybill/Iyer: Regression Analysis: Concepts & Applications, 1994
(with MINITAB Lab Manual), Wadsworth
9a MWF
Instructor: Paul Roback

ST307 - INTRODUCTION TO BIOSTATISTICS (3 Credits)
Samuels: Statistics for the Life Sciences, 1989, Dellen MacMillan
Sec.001, 11a MWF, Tom Keefe
Sec.002, 11a MWF, Craig Mallinckrodt
Sec.003, 10a MWF, Annette Bucher

ST309 - ENGINEERING STATISTICS (3 Credits) 
Devore: Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists,
1995, ITP/Duxbury
11:00a-12:15p TR
Instructor: Paul Mielke
    
ST311 - STATISTICS FOR BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES I (3 Credits) 
Howell: Statistical Methods for Psychology, 1997, ITP/Duxbury
2:10p MWF
Instructor: Ken Berry

ST375 - NONPARAMETRIC STATISTICAL METHODS (2 Credits) (No Text--
Instructor Notes) 
2:10-3:00p TR
Instructor: Paul Mielke

ST420 - PROBABILITY/MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS I (3 Credits)   (Text
Decision needed ASAP)
Previous text = Larsen: Intro to Mathematical Statistics and Its
Applications, 1986, Prentice Hall
11a MWF
Instructor: Jane Chang

ST486 - PRACTICUM (Var) CANCEL FALL 97
ST495 - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.) (No text)
ST500 - STATISTICAL COMPUTING - 1 Credit (CANCELLED/MOVE BACK TO
SPRING INTERIM SESSION)

ST501 - STATISTICAL SCIENCE (1 credit) SURGE       No Text
Required -- Instructor Notes
3:10-4:00p T
Coordinator: Richard Tweedie

ST511 - DESIGN & DATA ANALYSIS FOR RESEARCHERS I (3 Credits) --
SURGE/Section 001/L01 (+ 1 TA)
Ott: Intro to Statistical Methods and Data Analysis w/3" disk,
4th. 1993 (Required), ITP Wadsworth + Instructor Prepared Packet
Optional: Schlotzhauer’s SAS System for Elementary Statistical
Analysis, 1987, SAS Institute
Sec.001/L01, 10:00-11:50a TR 
Instructor: Tom Boardman
Sec.002/L02, 2:10-4p TR
Instructor: Phil Chapman

ST520 - INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY THEORY (4 Credits)   SURGE  
    No text-Instructor Notes
9:00-9:50a MTWF
Instructor: Duane Boes

ST522 - STOCHASTIC PROCESSES II (3 Credits) SURGE
Taylor/Karlin: Intro to Stochastic Modelling, 1994
11:00-12:15p TR
Instructor: Richard Tweedie

ST525 - ANALYSIS OF TIME SERIES I (3 Credits)   SURGE 
Brockwell/Davis: Time Series-Theory and Methods, 1991 + ITSM,
1991, optional, Springer-Verlag
1:10-2:00p MWF
Instructor: Peter Brockwell

ST 540 - DATA ANALYSIS AND REGRESSION (3 Credits)  SURGE 
(consider move to MWF after SURGE #s are known)
Neter, Wasserman, Kutner: Applied Linear Statistical Models (4th
ed. ‘96), Irwin
12:30-1:45p TR
Instructor: Dave Bowden

ST586 - PRACTICUM/CONSULTING TECHNIQUES (1 Credit) (No Text)
(CANCEL FALL 97)

ST592 - SEMINAR (1 Credit) (No text)
3:10-4p R
Coordinator: Richard Tweedie

ST600 - STATISTICAL COMPUTING (3 credits) SURGE 
Venables/Ripley: Modern Applied Statistics with S-Plus (second
corrected printing), 1994, Springer-Verlag
Instructor Prepared Course Packet
Tanner MA: Tools for Statistical Inference: Methods for
Exploration of Posterior....  1996 3rd  Springer Series in
Statistics
9:30-10:45a TR
Instructor: Jennifer Hoeting

ST605 - THEORY OF SAMPLING TECHNIQUES (3 Credits) SURGE
Cochran: Sampling Techniques, 3rd, Wiley
3:10-4:00p MWF
Instructor: JN Srivastava

ST650 - DESIGN AND LINEAR MODELING II (3 Credits)   SURGE     No
text required
2:10-3:00p MWF
Instructor: JN Srivastava

ST675BV - STATISTICAL METHODS - DESIGN (Cancelled)
ST675IV - STATISTICAL METHODS - INDUSTRIAL (Cancelled)
ST675KV - STATISTICAL METHODS - BAYESIAN (Cancelled)

ST684 SUPERVISED COLLEGE TEACHING (1-3 credits) 
Sec. 001 (for 201 TAs) Coordinator: Rick Gumina
Sec. 002 (for 204 TAs) Cordinator: Jana Anderson
Sec. 003 (for 301 TAs) Coordinator: TBA
Sec. 004 (for 511 TA) Coordinators: Tom Boardman and Phil Chapman

ST 695-INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.) (No Text)
ST 699-THESIS (Var) (No Text)

ST722-APPLIED PROBABILITY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES II (3 Cr)
Meyn/Tweedie: Markov Chains and Stochastic Stability, 1993,
Springer (Optional)
Hours Arranged
Instructor: Richard Tweedie

ST730-ADVANCED THEORY OF STATISTICS I (4 Cr) (Text Decision
Needed)
Hours Arranged
Instructor: Peter Brockwell

ST760 - THEORY-MULTIVARIATE STATISTICS (Cancelled)

ST770 - APPROXIMATION THEORY & METHODS (3 credits) No Text
Required
Hours Arranged
Instructor: Ron Butler

ST792 - SEMINAR (1 Cr.) (No text)
410-5:00p M
Coordinator: Richard Tweedie

ST795 - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.) (No text)
ST796 - GROUP STUDY 
ST799 - DISSERTATION (Var.) (No text)


Other GTA/GRA Assignments:

Stat Lab: Shannon Ritter, Jennifer Ferguson, Alex Trindade + 1TBA
        Jill Smith 

201/204 TAs to be assigned: 
    Gary Moore, Greg Young (201?), Steve Hoff, Courtney Sykes (204?)

TBA:    Dawei Liu, Wenyi Lu

GRAs: Tiffany Bernstein, Matt Calder, Philippe Naveau, Paul
Patterson, Sarah Streett, Sandy Thompson

Department of Statistics, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523-1877
Phone: (970)-491-5269      Fax:(970) 491-7895    
Dept Email: stats@lamar.colostate.edu
Email: webm@stat.colostate.edu                  Last Modified: April 08, 2002