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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.
 
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.
  
I am retiring to Vermont and will occasionally teach Bayesian Statistics 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.

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

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.

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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