This is an overview of the courses that I teach at Lawrence. Over the last few years I have revised the statistics curriculum, adding new courses and deleting others. Before coming to Lawrence I taught at Iowa State and Des Moines Area Community College. My CV contains the complete list of courses that I have taught.

## Elementary Statistics

An introduction to data analysis, one-variable regression, experimental and sampling design, random variables, sampling distributions, and inference.

## Applied Statistical Methods

A second course in statistics exploring multiple and logistic regression.

## Data-Scientific Programming

An introduction to programming with emphasis on learning from data in order to gain useful insights.

## Statistical Modeling

An exploration of methods to select, fit, evaluate and compare statistical models, while also providing an introduction to statistical inference.

## Statistical Theory

Development of the mathematical theory of statistics and its application to the real world.

## Freshman Studies II

The second term of the cornerstone of the Lawrence curriculum, which is best understood as an introduction to liberal learning.