Dr. John Verzani is a Professor and Chair of the Mathematics Department at the College of Staten Island of the City University of New York. His research interests and publications are in the area of superprocesses. Dr. Hayden has been teaching statistics since 1982, and is a recognized authority on the teaching of introductory statistics. He has published articles on this subject in The American Statistician, the MAA Notes series, and elsewhere. He has received a national award from high school statistics teachers for his online guidance to teachers of Advanced Placement Statistics, something he has been doing since 1996. Dr. Hayden has also had careers in mechanical engineering and mathematics education, with publications that have included high school mathematics textbooks, articles on the thermopysical properties of aerospace alloys, articles on training high school mathematics teachers to teach statistics, and more. He holds a B.S. from M.I.T. and received his Ph.D. in mathematics and education from Iowa State University, where he also obtained his training in statistics.
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Dr. John Verzani
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- BS Physics, Whitman College
- MS Mathematics, University of Colorado
- PhD Mathematics, University of Washington
- Author, Using R for Introductory Statistics (Chapman & Hall/CRC, 2005)