|Name:||James E. Helmreich|
|Title:||Associate Professor of Mathematics|
|Office Location:||Hancock Center 3046|
|Extension:||(845) 575-3000 ext. 2615|
|Personal Web Page:||http://foxweb.marist.edu/users/james.helmreich/|
B.A. Bowdoin College (Mathematics, Economics)
Jim Helmreich majored in mathematics and economics at Bowdoin College, received a MA and Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Maryland, and a MS in Statistics from The State University of New York at Albany. He served two years in the Central African Republic as a Peace Corps volunteer and also taught high school mathematics in New Hampshire. While his original mathematical training was as a logician, more recently he has worked in various areas in statistics, especially methods for adjusting for potential bias in observational studies. He is interested in all aspects of undergraduate mathematical education. A version of a current working paper may be found here. Mr. Helmreich lives in the town of Milan in Northern Dutchess County with his wife Meg, daughters Lithia and Rae, a dog, three cats, fish and mice (the latter uninvited). He enjoys gardening, biking, swimming, and reading a good book, especially science fiction and natural history. He also has recently made good on a promise he made himself years ago and is learning to play the banjo.
Enhancing Dependent Sample Analyses with Graphics, Journal of Statistics Education Volume 17, Number 1 (March 2009). PSAgraphics: An R Package to Support Propensity Score Analysis, Journal of Statistical Software, Vol. 29, Issue 6 (Feb 2009). Expansion of Ultrahomogeneous Graphs, Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic (1995).
Statistics, R, Pedagogy
Office Hours Spring 2015
Other hours available by appointment.