Dan Cooley
Associate Professor
Department of Statistics
Colorado State University

Contact Information:

Department of Statistics
Ft. Collins, CO 80523-1877
office: Statistics 217
phone: 970-491-5721
email: cooleyd "at" stat "dot" colostate "dot" edu


Temporary link for STAT 342 materials.

Information for courses can be found on Canvas.

Biographical Information

I am an associate professor in the statistics department at Colorado State University. I have research interests in extreme value theory and spatial statistics. I regularly collaborate with the Geophysical Statistics Project at NCAR.

My wife, Tina, and I live in Ft. Collins with our sons Ethan and Abe, and our dog Molly. We like to bicycle, hike, swim, telemark ski, and generally be outdoors.


Interests: Extreme value theory, modeling multivariate extremes, heavy tailed phenomena, spatial statistics, Bayesian modeling, meteorological/environmental and ecological applications.

For a list of publications, please see my CV(pdf).

Short Course

updated July 2014