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Patricia Berglund

Patricia Berglund

Hometown: Waukesha, WI

Current City: Ann Arbor, MI

MBA; Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University
BA, Music; Bienen School of Music, Northwestern University

Using SAS since 1989    Teaching SAS since 1999

Professional experience:
Senior Research Associate-Institute for Social Research-University of Michigan 1993-present, Research Analyst, Refugee Resettlement Program, Chicago Illinois, 1989-1993 Tennis Professional (Teaching), Northwestern University, Evanston Illinois 1979-1988

Courses I teach include

Imputation Techniques in SAS

Authored/coauthored works:

Applied Survey Data Analysis
Multiple Imputation of Missing Data Using SAS
Getting the Most out of the SAS Survey Procedures: Repeated Replication Methods, Subpopulation Analysis, and Missing Data Options in SAS v9.2
An Introduction to Multiple Imputation of Complex Sample Data using SAS

Notable achievements:

Statistics and Data Analysis-Best Contributed Paper

Invited speaker at conferences

SAS Global Forum

What students are saying:

Patricia has a very logical mind, which I love! She knows her statistics and her imputation techniques, great class!

What is the best part about teaching?
The best part of teaching SAS is helping people learn to use SAS in new and effective ways. It is fulfilling to see them expand their skills and apply the knowledge.

Do you have any hobbies, favorite activities, or hidden talents?
My hobbies are music, biking and tennis. Another favorite activity is walking my dog in the woods.

What is your favorite place or dream vacation destination?
The Upper Peninsula of Michigan and northern Wisconsin are favorite vacation spots. I also would like to visit Alaska soon.

What is your favorite movie, book, artist, or musician?
My favorite writer is Cormac McCarthy and favorite composers are Brahms and Kodaly. I also like the Cowboy Junkies.

Are you passionate about a particular sports team?
Green Bay Packers

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