Lifang Hsu , Ph. D

Professor, Math Department

Le Moyne College

Office: RH 234

Extension: x4373


About me:

I received my Ph.D. degree in Mathematical Statistics from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1983. After receiving my degree, I became an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at SUNY Oswego. Due to the arrival of a new family member, I started to teach at Le Moyne College in 1988. I am a member of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, American Statistical Association, and International Chinese Statistical Association. I worked as a Summer Research Fellow at Air Force Research Lab/Romesite, as a member of Statistics Examination Committee at Regents College, the University of the State of New York, and as the President of the Syracuse Chapter of American Statistical Association. My research interests include grouptesting, ranking and selection, and logistic regression analysis. I enjoy consulting with the local research community and find my inspiration in the applications they deal with.

Course Information:

MTH110-01,02, 04 Introduction To Statistical Methods I

AVS101-15 Common Hours Schedule And Information

MTH112 Introduction To Statistical Methods II

MTH311 Probability TheoryI

MTH313 Applied Statistics I

MTH495 Senior Research Project

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Last modified: January 12, 2005