### - University of Texas - Rio Grande Valley – School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Edinburg, Texas **(21 different courses)**

**(21 different courses)**

### Currently:

Fall 2022 • Linear Models (Graduate, hybrid)### Recent Teaching Experience:

• Probability and Statistics (Undergraduate, hybrid) – Summer 2022• Probability and Statistics (Graduate, online) – Spring 2022

• Statistical Learning (Graduate, online) – Fall 2021

• Elementary Statistical Methods (online) – Summer 2021

• Advanced Sampling (Graduate, online) – Summer 2021

• Mathematical Statistics (Graduate, online) – Spring 2021

• Sampling (Undergraduate) – Spring 2021

• Theory of Interest (Undergraduate) – Spring 2021

• Applied Statistics for Health (2 sections undergraduate, online) – Fall 2020

• Probability and Statistics (Graduate, online) – Fall 2020

• Sampling (Undergraduate) – Summer 2020

• Introduction to Stochastic Processes (Undergraduate) – Spring 2020

• Stochastic Processes (Graduate, on-site and online) – Spring 2020

• Applied Statistics for SEMS (using R) – Fall 2019

• Elementary Statistical Methods – Fall 2019

• Advanced Sampling (Graduate, on-site and online) – Summer 2019

• Calculus I – Summer 2019

• Mathematical Statistics – Spring 2019

• Probability and Statistics – Spring 2019

• Community Engagement Scholarship and Learning – Spring 2019

• Elementary Statistical Methods (10 sections) – Summer 2017 to Summer 2019

• Stochastic Processes (Graduate, on-site and online) – Summer 2017

• Probability and Statistics (2 sections) – Spring 2017

• Statistical Computing with R (Graduate) – Fall 2016

• Probability and Statistics (Graduate, on-site and online) – Fall 2016

• Elementary Statistical Methods (2 sections) – Summer 2016

• Mathematical Modeling with MatLab (Graduate, on-site and online) – Spring 2016

• Calculus I – Spring 2016

• Elementary Statistical Methods (using R) – Fall 2015 (two sections)

• Applied Statistics I (using R) – Fall 2015 ** Go to R Codes page

• Introduction to Financial Mathematics – Spring 2015

• Applied Statistics II (using R) – Spring 2015 ** Go to R Codes page

• Applied Statistics I (using R) – Fall 2014 ** Go to R Codes page

• Elementary Statistics and Probability (using SPSS) – Fall 2014

### Past Teaching Experience

- University of Cincinnati – Department of Mathematical Sciences, Cincinnati, Ohio – 2013 to 2014

Assistant Professor:

• Elementary Statistics II (online, 2 sections) – Summer 2014

• Introduction to Financial Mathematics – Spring 2014

• Elementary Statistics II – Spring 2014

• Elementary Statistics II (online) – Spring 2014

• Elementary Statistics I (3 sections) – Fall 2013

• Elementary Statistics I (online) – Fall 2013 - University of Cincinnati – Department of Mathematical Sciences, Cincinnati, Ohio – 2003 to 2008

Instructor:

• Calculus II – Spring 2008

• Calculus I – Winter 2008

• Elementary Probability and Statistics I – Fall 2007

• Probability and Statistics II – Summer 2007

• Elementary Probability and Statistics III – Spring 2007

• Elementary Probability and Statistics II – Winter 2007

• Elementary Probability and Statistics I – Fall 2006

• Probability and Statistics II – Summer 2006

• Probability and Statistics I – Summer 2004