James Adcock

James Adcock

Lecturer

Ilham Akhundov

Ilham Akhundov

Director – Undergraduate Mathematics Business and Accounting Programs/Lecturer

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Ilham Akhundov

Mathematics, Business and Accounting programs

Research interests

Asymptotic methods in probability theory and mathematical statistics.

Doug Andrews

Doug Andrews

Adjunct Professor

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Doug Andrews

Research interests

After a successful career as an actuary and a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), I am contributing to the actuarial profession through research, university teaching and advising those interested in joining the profession. My research has an international perspective and is designed to produce practical policy recommendations. It is focused on investments, risk management, financial economics, aging, and their implications for the management of social support systems, such as pensions, health care, and long-term care. 

Peter Balka

Peter Balka

Lecturer

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Peter Balka
 

Research interests

Statistics education.

Surya Banerjee

Surya Banerjee

Lecturer

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Surya Banerjee
 

Research interests

Statistics, game theory, development economics, and economic theory.

Dina Dawoud

Dina Dawoud

Lecturer

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Dina Dawoud

Research interests

Statistics education.

Riley Metzger

Riley Metzger

Lecturer

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Riley Metzger

Research interests

Statistics education.

Diana Skrzydlo

Diana Skrzydlo

Lecturer

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Diana Skrzydlo

Diana Skrzydlo is a Continuing Lecturer in the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science, and the current Director of the MActSc program. She has been teaching at UW since 2007 and has spoken widely on innovative teaching and assessment techniques. Over the last year and a half she developed a faculty mentorship program for the department, and started a monthly teaching discussion group. She has a BMath (2006) and MMath (2007) from UW, and achieved her ASA designation from the Society of Actuaries in 2018, where she is a member of the Education & Research Section council.

Emily Kozlowski

Lecturer