Try me any time by Skype or phone -- cannot disturb me
(not accessible when I am teaching or when I stop working).

Specializing in Applied Statistics, Information Assurance and Operations Management.

Professor of Computer Information Systems | BSCSIA Program
School of Business and Management | College of Professional Schools | Norwich University


FULL CONTACT INFO      LinkedIn Profile (professionals I've worked with & and former students welcome to link)     

FACEBOOK      Topical magazine-like pages where I store new reference materials for courses, funny stuff, pictures of critters, & postings about science, environmental protection, animal welfare, human rights, anti-racism, anti-homophobia, transgender rights, and politics. Students: I welcome you to follow my pages but generally avoid following student pages so I don't invade your privacy. Everyone: I do NOT post intimate details such as what kind of toilet paper I use, pictures of my shoes, or opinions about restaurants.

FAVORITE CHARITIES:      Amnesty International     Animal Welfare Institute      American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
The Gorilla Foundation      Human Rights Campaign      Humane Society      International Primate Protection League     
League of Conservation Voters    Sudan Medical Relief      World Wildlife Fund     










   CS407 Politics of Cyberspace

   IA340 Introduction to Information Assurance

   IA455 Contemporary Topics in Information Assurance

   QM213DL Business and Economic Statistics I (online course)


DIRECTORY TO THIS WEB SITE: Click here for a list of brief descriptions of each section of the Web site and a link to a narrated PowerPoint show explaining what's where.



Nov 2016: Schedules posted for student presentations: everyone welcome to attend!

Oct 2016: Frequently Corrected Errors (guide for checking technical writing) updated to v27.

Aug 2016: CS407 Reference Materials updated -- 917 links verified (!)

Aug 2016: Pew Research Survey 2016-08-01

Aug 2016: Anti-Fraud Resources Contributed by The OpenEducators Organization

Jul 2016: Practical Cyber-Safety Tips

Apr 2016: How to Find Courses That Have Already Been Approved For Transfer Into Norwich

Mar 2016: INFOWAR: Introduction to Cyberwarfare -- March 2016 -- delivered to Army Reserve Unit in Colchester VT.   PPTX  PDF

Jan 2016: Using Email Safely and Well v10 (guidelines for professional approach to email)

Jan 2016: Model Paper -- Gary Tagg's excellent 6,000 word chapter on Insider Crime from the CSH6 serves as a superb model for students to study as they prepare their own "term papers" or "project reports."

Jan 2016: Tips for Using MS-PowerPoint Effectively v10 (almost doubled in size from previous version)     PPTX     PDF

Jan 2016: Tips for Using WORD Effectively v10

Jan 2016: Organizing and Safeguarding Information on Disk updated for Windows 10.

Jan 2016: Anti-Bigotry Tirade (Challenging anti-Muslim bigotry)

Sep 2015: Converting Percentages to Letter Grades

Sep 2015: Religious Freedom? [Viciously attacks homophobic bigots]

Jul 2015: MSIA Review Course (funny)         PPT         PDF

May 2015: Inserted barrier page with warnings about potentially offensive opinions as response to religious student's complaint [#%()%$!] about getting free statistics textbook on a Website (not the statistics page!) containing opinions of which he disapproved. Essentially tells the idiot to **** off.

Apr 2015: Free applied statistics textbook updated for QM213 students and anyone else interested in learning basic statistics (PDF). Includes useful stuff about Word and Excel techniques.


Recent statistics on access to this Website -- updated only occasionally (JPG)

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