Robert H. Carver

Biography

Robert Carver joined the Stonehill faculty in 1982, and has been an Adjunct Professor at the Brandeis University International Business School since 2004. Both Brandeis and Stonehill have honored him with excellence in teaching awards. He is author and co-author of several statistics texts (SAS Press, Cengage Learning & Pearson) and has published articles in Technology Innovations in Statistics Education, Case Studies in Business, Government, & Industry Statistics, The Journal of Business Ethics, The Journal of Statistics Education, PS: Political Science & Politics, Publius, Public Administration Review, Public Productivity Review, and the Journal of Consumer Marketing.

He has also taught at Babson College and Boston College.

Education

  • A.B., Amherst College
  • M.P.P., Ph.D., University of Michigan (Gerald Ford School of Public Policy, Ann Arbor)

Accomplishments

  • Brandeis University International Business School, Excellence in Teaching Prize, May 2006.
  • Associate Editor, Journal of Statistics Education, 1999 – present; reviewer since 1995
  • Steinhardt Social Research Institute, Research Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies, July 2005-December 2005. Part of research team analyzing public-use data files from large-scale national complex sample surveys re: demographics of American Jewish community. Conducted data analysis and supervised graduate assistants.
  • Statistical consulting, 2004–present. Methodological design for marketing research surveys, litigation support in wrongful termination and employment discrimination suits.
  • Program Committee, High School Statistics Day, Boston Chapter of the American Statistical Association, Pine Manor College, Chestnut Hill, MA, May 2006.

Courses Taught

  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Intermediate Statistics
  • Business & Society
  • Decision Support Systems, Tools and Operations Management
  • Policy & Strategy
  • Risky Business (a Learning Community)