Mohammed A. El-Saidi is presently a Professor of Statistics and the Director of the Office of Academic Research Support at UVU. He received his Ph.D. in Applied Statistics from the University of Memphis, a M.Sc. in Mathematical Statistics from the University of Iowa, a certificate in Management and Leadership from Harvard University, and a M.Sc. in addition to two B.S. degrees, all in pure and applied Mathematics from the University of Tanta, Egypt. Recently he was the Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs (A-VPAA) and Interim VPAA, both at UVU. Prior to this, he served as Academic Dean at Texas A´M University – Central Texas, and Assistant Dean of Assessment at Ferris State University in Michigan. He served in the editorial boards for several international journals. He has published over 30 papers in national and international journals, in addition to 24 Test Banks for the most well-known statistics textbooks in the nation. His research interests are in the areas of cancer and bioassay modeling, approximation of distributions, probability theory, performance measurement, and strategic planning in higher education.
Debanjan Bhattacharjee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics. He earned doctoral degree in Statistics from the University of Connecticut. He earned BS and MS degree in Statistics from University of Calcutta in India. Debanjan's area of specialization is Sequential Analysis. His current focus of research is empirical likelihood estimation and sample survey. Debanjan also works collaborates with faculty and students from other disciplines.
Dr. Russell T. Warne is an assistant professor of psychologist who was trained as a quantitative psychologist. He earned his PhD in 2011 from Texas A&M University. He has published over 40 articles using quantitative and mixed methods methodologies. His interests include methodology, education, and human intelligence.