The scientist is not a person who gives the right answers, he is one who asks the right questions.
— Claude Lévi-Strauss, Le Cru et le cuit (1964)
During the spring 2006 semester, I'm teaching 36-703 Intermediate Probability
Fresh from sabbatical, I taught a freshman seminar on Statistical Phylogenetics, entitled The Tree of Life during the Fall 2005 semester. In recent years, I have taught our Advanced Statistical Theory sequence (Stat 755/756). Before that I concentrated on teaching probability modeling (Stat 217) and experimental methods (Stat 309) at the undergraduate level.
A recent draft of my textbook on Probability Modeling (in progress) is available in PostScript. This version is a bit out of date, but I'm almost finished with the updated draft.