P: 909.748.8625
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richard_cornez@redlands.edu
Involved in writing simulations to illustrate concepts in probability and statistics
Statistical consulting with industry
In the process of coauthoring a programming text using ActionScript 3.0
Probability theory and applied mathematics
Markov chains, discrete stochastic processes, and Monte Carlo methods
Have written Simulation modules in MacroMind Director and Flash to demonstrate probability concepts
Along with colleagues Mike Bloxham and Steve Morics, designed our Mathematics Consulting Laboratory course, and presented a paper on it in South Africa this past summer
Calculus I, II,and III
Real and Complex Analysis
Probability and Mathematical Statistics
Discrete Mathematics
Linear Algebra
Abstract Algebra
Mathematical Consulting Lab
Numerical Analysis
Mathematics of Juggling
Mathematics of Gambling
Ph.D. Mathematics University of New Mexico, August 1982
M.S. Mathematics University of New Mexico, December 1979
B.S. Mathematics Case Western Reserve University, May 1974
Outstanding Teaching Award-1996
Jet Propulsion Laboratory Faculty Fellow (1987)
Fullbright Award- Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Botswana (1986)
"An Animated Simulation of Traffic Model for Probability " (presentation) American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America National meetings, San Diego, CA Jan, 2008
"An Undergraduate Statistical Consulting Laboratory" (presentation) MATHFEST 04, Mathematical Association of America, Providence, RI, August, 2004
"A Mathematical Consulting Lab" (presentation) American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America National meetings, Washington DC Jan, 2000
"Simulation Before Sampling" (presentation) MATHFEST 98 , Mathematical Association of America, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto, Canada July, 1998
"The Mathematics of Juggling" (presentation) Hentschke Hall seminar series. University of Redlands Oct 1997 "Using the Internet in the Classroom" American Statistical Association National Mtgs Anaheim RoundTable Discussion Leader- June 1997