Southern

Department of Mathematics

At Lithia Park in

Have you seen the movie "The beautiful mind?." The person with me is
John Nash, a Nobel Prize winner. This picture was taken at

Ph. D. 1995 Mathematics, University of Oregon,

M. S. 1990 Mathematics, Indiana University,

B. S. 1984 Mathematics, Sogang Univeristy,

My specialties are Probability and Statistics. I have many interests in applications of statistics to other areas such as geostatistics.

· American Statistical Association

· Institute of Mathematical Statistics

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2008 Summer Math 243: One of my best classes. It was a lot of fun.**

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2004 Winter Math 361:** Probability Theory: At least from my point of view,
this is a very fun upper-division probability course. We study topics ranging
from univariate to multivariate probability problems. We also study some
problems like Gambler's Ruin problems, Buffon’s Needle, Craps, Dart Play,
and Missile Simulations, etc. I am hoping to add some components of financial
mathematics to the curriculum of this course. The following were taken in
Spring term of 2004.

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**(Below) **2005
Winter Term of Math 243 class. On the Valentine day of 2005, a group of Ashland
Middle school orchestra team made a surprise visit to my Math 243 statistics
classroom to perform two songs. They sat down a while and chat with students in
the class. College students asked them “Who like mathematics?” The
boy was the only who raised hand. And then the middle schoolers asked college
students, “Why do you have to take Math?” There was about ten
second pause at that time, nobody saying anything. It was a lot of fun.

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**(Below) **George,
who is holding a lady dancer, was my statistics student in the Summer term of
2006. He was a professional dancer at the Green Show in

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**(Below) ****2007 Summer Math 243 Statistics Class: Very pleasant
group of students. The first one was the morning class, and the second the
evening class.
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6PM Class of 2007 Summer, one of my best

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**(Below) **2007 Winter Term Math 244 Applied Inferential Statistics Class: This is a
great course. Those who need to cumulate more significant backgrounds in data
analysis should take this course. We study a variety of hypothesis testing,
analysis of categorical analysis, multiple regression, and little bit of
MANOVA.

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**(Below) 2006 Fall: Math 281**: Vector
Calculus: This is the most advanced course in the calculus sequence. We studied
partial differentiation, directional derivative, tangent surface, parametric
surface, Lagrange Multipliers,
Double Integrals, Vector Fields, Line Integrals, Green’s Theorem, Surface
Area, Surface Integrals, and MathCAD. The following picture was taken for the
class of 2006 Fall term. It was really a fun class that I enjoyed almost
perfectly. Todd Regh, the one in the middle with O2 sign in yellow eventually
became my Honor’s student and was considered one of the best students
every by our math faculty. He moved on to North Carolina State University to do
Ph.D. in Statistics in 2009. Lennon Pierce, the tallest in the middle in yellow
began graduate studies in Financial Mathematics at Rutgers University in 2011.

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2007 Winter Math 461 Class: Mostly math majors. Cheerful group.**

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**2007 Fall
Math 105 Class (Below):** My first math 105 students, which is for liberal
art math. Very fun group of students. I really liked the personalities of these
students.

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**2007 Fall
Math 281 Vector Calculus class (Below):** Mostly math or science majors. Very
much dedicated group of students. Not many classes like this at SOU. Was very
pleasant to teach them. From left to right beginning the first row: David,
Nick, Katelyn, Erin(the only art major), Dustin, Ryan, Cynthia, Ronda, Kaitlin,
Me (Daniel), Smith, Alissa, Michael, Chris, Cody,

· TI-83 Statistics Manual in pdf format.

· TI-86 Statistics Manual in pdf format.

· TI-89/92+ Statistics Manual in pdf format.

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Minitab
V.15 manual in pdf format

· A Mathematical Quotations Server

· Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles

· Mathners

**Phone:** (541) 552-6580

**Fax:** (541) 552-8212

**Email Address:** kimd@sou.edu

**Street Address:**

Department
of Mathematics

Southern Oregon University

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