JAMES J. HIGGINS
B.S University of Illinois, Mathematics, 1965
M.S. Illinois State University, Mathematics, 1967
Ph.D. University of Missouri-Columbia, Statistics, 1970
Kansas State U., Dept. of Statistics,
1980-present, Assoc. Prof. and Prof. and Consultant for Kansas State Research
U. of Missouri-Rolla, Dept. of Math., 1970-1974, Asst. Prof.
Head of Department of Statistics and Director of the Statistical Laboratory, July 1990-June 1995.
Courses: Statistical methods for undergraduates and graduates.
Distance Education: Developed web-based graduate-level statistics courses (Stat 703 Statistic for the Natural Sciences, Stat 704 Analysis of Variance). Developed web-based undergraduate courses (Stat 325 Introduction to Statistics, Stat 351 Business Statistics II).
An Introduction to Probability and Stochastic Modeling, with Sallie Keller-McNulty (1995). Duxbury Press.
An Introduction to Modern Nonparametric Statistics (2004). Thomson Brooks/Cole.
A SAS Companion for Nonparametric Statistics (2005) with Scott Richter. Thomson Brooks/Cole.
Author or co-author of more than 100 technical publications.
Consultant for KSU Statistical Laboratory. Responsibilities include design of experiments, survey planning, data analysis, and modeling.
Elected Fellow of the American Statistical Association (1999).