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Clay King

Assistant Professor of Statistics

Contact Information

Wubben Hall and Science Center 136A

970.248.1886

ccking@coloradomesa.edu

Education

PhD, Statistics: Baylor University
MS, Mathematics: Texas A&M University of Central Texas
MS, Education: Baylor University
BA, Mathematics: Austin College 

Biography

Clay King, PhD, teaches all levels of statistics courses and has a background of teaching mathematics from developmental algebra through calculus. He enjoys keeping the classroom light-hearted and fun, and students often comment that his passion for the subject matter adds to their enjoyment of the class. He seeks to incorporate the use of statistical software into every class he teaches, allowing students to gain valuable skills for their careers while exploring concepts at a much deeper level.

King has conducted research in quantile regression and sample-size determination. His current research interests involve regression applications with particular focus on probability and logistic regression.

When not working, King spends his time with his wife and five children. He is also an avid skier and hiker.