David Gurney
Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Educational Background

Degree School Year
Ph.D. in Mathematics University of North Texas 1989
M.S. in Mathematics Western Washington University 1981

B.S. in Mathematics/Human Communication

Harvey Mudd College 1978


Research Interests

Statistics Education
Population Modeling
Applied Mathematics
History of Mathematics


Recent Scholarly Activity

A Second Course in Statistics: Linear Statistical Models in 2010 Joint Statistics Meetings Proceedings

Review of Andrew Ford, Modeling the Environment in The UMAP JOURNAL, Vol. 27, No. 4 (Winter 2006), p. 496

Cobwebs in EXCEL - web publication archives.math.utk.edu/ICTCM/VOL17/C005/paper.pdf

The Closest Line to a Data Set in the Plane - web publication mc.edu/campus/users/travis/maa/proceedings/spring2003/David.Gurney.pdf
Krewe of Ceasar Problem - web publication mc.edu/campus/users/travis/maa/proceedings/spring2002/David.Gurney.pdf


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