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I am the Harlan J. Smith Centennial Professor of Astronomy, Emeritus, at the University of Texas at Austin.
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I am the Harlan J. Smith Centennial Professor of Astronomy, Emeritus, at the University of Texas at Austin, and Adjunct Professor of Statistics, at the University of Vermont.
  
I occasionally teach a graduate course in Bayesian Statistics, and have also taught a Plan II (Honors) course on Bayesian Inference and Decision Theory to freshmen for the past five years.
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At U.T. I have taught a graduate course in Bayesian Statistics on a number of occasions, and also a Plan II (Honors) course on Bayesian Inference and Decision Theory to U.T. freshmen annually from 2000-2004.
  
I retired to Vermont in 2005 and have from time to time been teaching Bayesian Statistics and my course on Inference and Decision Theory at the University of Vermont.
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I retired to Vermont in 2005 and have from time to time been teaching Bayesian Statistics and my course on Inference and Decision Theory at the University of Vermont (where, because of the structure of their honors college, it is taught to sophomores).

Latest revision as of 19:41, 6 July 2009

I am the Harlan J. Smith Centennial Professor of Astronomy, Emeritus, at the University of Texas at Austin, and Adjunct Professor of Statistics, at the University of Vermont.

At U.T. I have taught a graduate course in Bayesian Statistics on a number of occasions, and also a Plan II (Honors) course on Bayesian Inference and Decision Theory to U.T. freshmen annually from 2000-2004.

I retired to Vermont in 2005 and have from time to time been teaching Bayesian Statistics and my course on Inference and Decision Theory at the University of Vermont (where, because of the structure of their honors college, it is taught to sophomores).

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