Michelle Paret is a Teaching Lecturer of Statistics at Penn State.
Paret received her Masters in Applied Statistics from Penn State University in 2006, and her B.S. in Statistics in 2000, also from Penn State University.
Paret worked in industry for 17 years, where she had the opportunity to train and provide statistical guidance to professionals - primarily engineers - with a focus on how to analyze data to solve problems and improve product quality.
The world-class organizations she traveled to include Motorola, Siemens, Pfizer, Lockheed Martin, Kohler, and General Motors, among many others.
In addition to her work in manufacturing, she also has experience in healthcare and marketing.
Paret joined the Statistics Department at Penn State in 2017.
- Paret, M. Guinness, t-Tests, and Proving a Pint Tastes Better in Ireland, Quality Digest, May 2012.
- Paret, M and Sheehy, P, SPC: Being In Control, Quality Canada, June 2009.
- Gess, J and Paret, M, Reduce Inspection Costs with Acceptance Sampling, Asia Pacific Engineer, December 2008.
- Paret, M, Determining if Your Measurement System is Adequate, Quality Magazine, March 2008.
- Bower, K.M. and Touchton (Paret), M, Evaluating the Usefulness of Data Using Gage R&R, Asia Pacific Process Engineer, April 2001.
STAT 200 WC - Elementary Statistics
STAT 250 - Introduction to Biostatistics
STAT 460 - Intermediate Applied Statistics
STAT 461 - Analysis of Variance
STAT 466 - Survey Sampling Methods
STAT 470 W - Problem Solving & Communication in Applied Statistics
STAT 580 WC - Statistical Consulting Practicum