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- MS Statistics, Montana State University
- PhD Environmental Engineering & Science, Clemson University
Ben has been a student and/or an employee at three major land-grant universities: 8 years at Montana State University where he received a master’s degree in Statistics in 2007 while also employed as a research analyst, 9 years at Clemson University where he received a doctoral degree in Environmental Engineering and Science in 2013 and subsequently instructed introductory statistics along with statistical consulting duties, and 2017 began with the Statistics Department at Colorado State University.
In 2010, he was selected as an EPA STAR fellow under the category of “Science & Technology for Sustainability: Environmental Behavior and Decision Making.” His research involves innovative approaches to life-cycle assessment (LCA).
After relocating to Fort Collins in the Fall 2016, he has worked with the Statistics Department as an instructor of introductory statistics for undergraduate and graduate students as well as collaborating with graduate students for statistic analysis. He enjoys teaching and general data analysis, but also tries to find time to continue his doctoral research -- building on sustainability metrics through proactive application.