Jim Grayson is a Professor of Management Science and Operations Management in the Hull College of Business Administration at Georgia Regents University. He teaches quantitative courses including MBA courses in operations management and business analytics for managers and undergraduate courses in operations management, business analytics, and spreadsheet modeling. Grayson's research interests are diverse and range from unique approaches to organizational structure, applying management science methods, financial planning, plus operations management and quality. Grayson brings to the classroom and his research considerable industry experience, including about twelve years at Texas Instruments contributing in quality, supplier and subcontractor management, and statistical consulting. He has a PhD in management science with an information systems minor from the University of North Texas, an MBA in marketing from the University of North Texas, and a BS from the United States Military Academy at West Point.
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- Rick Wicklin is a principal researcher in computational statistics at SAS, where he develops and supports the IML procedure and the SAS/IML Studio application.
- Ron Cody, EdD, a retired professor from the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School now works as a private consultant and a national instructor for SAS Institute.
- Susan Slaughter discovered SAS software in graduate school at North Carolina State University.
- Rebecca A. Ottesen first learned SAS as a student at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, where she now teaches.