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Hoke Hill Jr.

Professor Emeritus
PhD in Management Science from Clemson University, 1979
MS in Mathematical Sciences from Clemson University, 1974
BS in Mathematics from The Citadel, 1971
Professional Research Interests
Statistical education; Statistical graphics
Statistical computing; Quantitative ecology
Professional Memberships
Pi Mu Epsilon (honor society of mathematics)
Beta Gamma Sigma (honor society of business)
Gamma Sigma Delta (honor society of agriculture)
Sigma Xi (scientific research society)
American Statistical Association
Other Professional Activities
Led summer study abroad program including teaching Statistics for Science and Engineering to Rome, Italy, 2017
Developed and led summer study abroad program on Statistics and Irish Studies to Dublin, Ireland, 2014, 2015, 2016
Led summer study abroad program on Sustainable Energy Systems to Trier, Germany, in 2012 and in 2013
Member of the first American Statistical Association professional delegation to visit China, 2010
Developed and led summer study abroad program on Local Food Systems in Dijon, France, 2008, 2011
Associate Dean for International Programs in College of Engineering and Science 2012 - 2014
Department Chair of Applied Economics and Statistics 2005 - 2011
Department Chair of Experimental Statistics 1991 - 2003
Recent Classes Taught
Undergraduate courses: Statistics in Everyday Life, Introductory Statistical Methods I, Introductory Statistical Methods II, Statistics for Engineering and Science
Graduate courses: Statistical Methods I, Regression
Last Updated: 9/25/17