Dr. Mark Greenwood, Director

greenwood@montana.edu

 
 
 
Lisa Bowersock

Lisa Bowersock

lisabowersock@montana.edu

Lisa is originally from Rochester, Michigan and is a second year Master’s student studying Statistics at MSU. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Zoology and Cell and Developmental Biology from Michigan State University. She then spent several years working in wildlife biology, focusing on the study of bird populations. She worked for the Yellowstone Bird Project in Yellowstone National Park for four years before coming to Montana State University to pursue a Master’s degree in Statistics. She spent three semesters assisting Dr. Al Parker in analyzing data from various microbiological studies at MSU’s Center for Biofilm Engineering. She started working for Statistical Consulting and Research Services in January of 2019. Lisa’s research interests involve incorporating statistical understanding in the development and analysis of ecological studies.  
 
 
Jaley Priddy

Jaley Priddy

jaley.priddy@student.montana.edu

Jaley Priddy is from Helena, Montana and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Capital High School. She was accepted into the Hilleman Scholar Program at Montana State and is in her third semester as a student at MSU. She plans to graduate with a degree in Statistics in three years and has been working as a statistical intern with SCRS since August, 2018.  She has spent over 600 hours volunteering for various programs. In her free time she enjoys playing sports, hiking, cooking, and fishing.

 
 
Tan Tran

Tan Tran

tan.tran@montana.edu

Originally from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Tan started his PhD in Statistics at Montana State University in 2012. He taught several courses within Math Sciences, such as College Algebra and Introduction to Statistics, and joined Statistical Consulting and Research Services in 2017. He has master’s degrees in Computer Science and Statistics.  His PhD research focus is multivariate data analysis, specifically cluster analysis.