Kellie B. Keeling is an Associate Professor of Business Information & Analytics in the Daniels College of Business. She received the Ph.D. in Management Science from the University of North Texas and the M.B.A. and B.S. in Mathematics from Wayland Baptist University. Her research interests include data mining and statistical analysis, simulation and modeling, and statistical education. She has recently published in The American Statistician, Computers & Security, the Business Education Innovation Journal, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, and Computers & OR. Dr. Keeling is a member of the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), the American Statistical Association (ASA), and the Southeast Decision Sciences Institute (SEDSI). She has served as President Elect, Program Chair, VP Planning & Development, VP Member Services, VP Student Liaison, and Secretary for SEDSI. She also co-chairs the Making Statistics More Effective in Schools of Business Mini-conferences (ASA, DSI and SEDSI).
Before joining the faculty at the University of Denver, Dr. Keeling served on the faculties of Virginia Tech and Texas Christian University. Dr. Keeling has received the Daniels College of Business Faculty Teaching Excellence Award, the Daniels College of Business C. Thomas Howard Endowed Teacher Scholar Award, the R. B. Pamplin College of Business Certificate of Teaching Excellence and the Virginia Tech University Certificate of Teaching Excellence. She is also co-author of two textbooks:
Concise Managerial Statistics and Introduction to Business Statistics.
Daniels College of Business, Rm 590
Department of Business Information & Analytics
2101 S University Blvd.
Denver CO 80208-8931
Data Mining and Statistical Analysis, Statistical Modeling, and Statistical Educational Research (See Scholarship Tab for details.)