James B. Davis
Professor of Statistics
James B. Davis, PhD, is a professor of statistics who is actively committed to bringing technology to the classroom. A SAS user since 1989, Dr. Davis has extensive experience working with Base SAS code, SAS/ASSIST software, the Analyst Application, and SAS Enterprise Guide software. The author of numerous articles and publications, he has also taught several professional workshops and frequently consults on faculty and student research. Dr. Davis received his MA in Mathematics and his PhD in Statistics from Western Michigan University. He has been teaching since 1986.
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