Harry J. Khamis, Ph.D., PStat., FASA
I'm a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Wright State University with a joint appointment in the Department of Community Health, School of Medicine. I'm also the Director Emeritus of the Statistical Consulting Center at the university.
My favorite research problems are
- the semi-symmetric intraclass contingency table
- Buffon's needle problem
- the Kolmogorov-Smirnov goodness of fit test
- the multigraph representation of hierarchical loglinear models
- stature prediction.
My favorite hobbies are
- folk dancing
- the Swedish language (det svenska språket).
- 1974: B.S. mathematics, Santa Clara University
- 1976: M.S. mathematics, Virginia Tech
- 1980: Ph.D. statistics, Virginia Tech
- 1980-86: Assistant Professor, Wright State University (WSU)
- 1986-93: Associate Professor, WSU
- 1993-2015: Professor and Director of the Statistical Consulting Center, WSU
- (1999-2000: Visiting Professor, Uppsala University, Sweden)
- 2015 - present: Professor Emeritus
1980-2015: taught wide range of mathematics and statistics courses at the undergraduate level; taught many of the graduate statistics courses, including quality control, survival analysis, categorical data analysis, sampling design, theory of statistics, statistical methods, linear model theory, experimental design.
Major Active Research Areas
- Categorical response models
- Goodness of fit tests
- Survival data analysis
- Geometric probability
Served on a wide variety of departmental, college, and university committees. Was Chair of the Academic Integrity Hearing Panel for many years.
Graduate statistics advisor for many years.
As of 5-6-15: 90 peer-reviewed publications
American Statistical Association
- Fellow, American Statistical Association
- PStat., American Statistical Association