Thomas W. Reiland


Associate Professor in the
Department of Statistics,
North Carolina State University,
Raleigh, NC, 27695-8203.

reiland@ncsu.edu

Tel: (919) 515-1939
Fax: (919) 515-7591




Research Interests:
Statistics Education, Statistics in Sports, Optimization, Distance Education.

Courses: Click Here for links to course web pages.
Student Survival: Top Ten List of What to Know to Pass Introductory Statistics


A Grand Slam: ST 311 Statistics in Sports


There are three kinds of lies: lies, damn lies, and statistics bowl payouts. Death to the BCS: The Definitive Case Against the Bowl Championship Series, Dan Wetzel, Josh Peter, Jeff Passan, 2011, Gotham Books.



Don't give up, don't ever give up!
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Jim Valvano, Arthur Ashe Courage Award address, March 4, 1993

2006 North Carolina High School 3A State Lacrosse Champions
2008 North Carolina High School 3A State Lacrosse Runner-Up
2009 North Carolina High School 3A State Lacrosse Runner-Up
CARDINAL GIBBONS CRUSADERS


Game Report

Lacrosse Growth Stats

*NFHS = National Federation of High Schools

Lacrosse Academics

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In the Graduation Success Rate (GSR) report issued by the NCAA in October 2010, men's and women's lacrosse had the highest GSR of all sports. The men's success rate was 88.0 pecent and the women's success rate was 93.9 percent.


COURSES

Student Survival: Top Ten List of What to Know to Pass Introductory Statistics

ST 101 Statistics by Example

ST 305 Statistical Methods

ST 311 Introduction to Statistics - Distance Education version

ST 311 Introduction to Statistics (Emphasis on Statistics in Sports)

BUS/ST 350 Economic and Business Statistics

BUS/ST 350 Economic and Business Statistics - Distance Education version

ST 371 Introduction to Probability and Distribution Theory

ST 372 Introduction to Statistical Inference and Regression

ST 432 Introduction to Sample Surveys

ST 511 Experimental Statistics for the Biological Sciences

OR 501 Introduction to Operations Research

OR/MA 504 Introduction to Mathematical Programming


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