Dr. Daniel R. Lawrence
Phone: (585) 475-5287
Daniel R. Lawrence, Ph.D., is a Professor in the
Graduate Statistics Department in The John D. Hromi Center
for Quality and Applied Statistics at Rochester Institute
of Technology. He is primarily interested in multivariate
analysis and, specifically, in psychometric theory and methods
for quantifying qualitative measures (i.e., categorical response
data). Having focused on measurement theory in his doctoral
studies at University of Toronto, Dr. Lawrence also holds
a M.S. degree in applied statistics from RIT, a bachelor's
degree in mathematics from University of Akron, and an A.A.S.
in metallurgy. Lawrence has also earned graduate and undergraduate
degrees in education from Ball State University and University
of Akron, respectively, and prior to assuming his position
with CQAS, taught mathematics at Grove City College in Pennsylvania.
Dr. Lawrence is a member of ASA, ASQ, the Classification Society,
and the Psychometric Society.