My name is Thomas (Tom) J. Boardman and I am Professor of
Colorado State University.
I joined the faculty at CSU as a new assistant professor immediately
after completing my Ph.D. in Applied and Mathematical Statistics
at Rutgers University in
1968. Rutgers is the seventh oldest (1766) university in the
U.S. and is The State University of New Jersey. My wife, Eileen
Clement Boardman, and I were particularly pleased to leave
Central Jersey for the plains of Colorado.
topic had to do with estimation in life testing experiments
with multiple causes of failure. Several publications resulted
and several student research efforts have built upon my work,
most notably in the field of reliability
assessment. To foster the understanding of Deming's philosophy
Professor Rick Edgeman and I created the Center for Quality
and Productivity Improvement and we both served as co-directors.
Although my interest in Quality and Productivity continues,
our center no longer is functioning.
you will enjoy learning more about my interests by traveling
around my homepage. If I can answer any specific questions,
please contact me.
Background & Work Experience
Background on Educational Experience
Workshops for Mathematicians Who Teach Statistics
Interests in Statistics
and research interest have focused mainly on these areas:
Associations and Honors