My name is Bill and I graduated college in 1990 from SUNY Albany and went on to LIU - CW Post to get a an MA in Experimental Psychology. After CW Post I went to CUNY - Graduate Center for a PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience earning a 2nd MA degree in Biopsychology along the way. While working on my PhD I taught at CUNY-Hunter College for about 6 of years. These courses included Introduction to Psychology, Biopsychology, and statistics. Most of my experience was teaching statistics, both in the... [more]
PhD (ABD) - Behavioral Neuroscience. Multiple presentations and publications in the field of human visual system. Taught Ethology at Hunter College. Research concentrations - Using Visual Evoked Potentials to map visual pathways in brain. MA - Biopsychology
I have a PhD(ABD) - Biopsychology, Behavioral Neuroscience from CUNY-Graduate School. An MA - Biopsychology from CUNY-Hunter College. An MA - Experimental Psychology from LIU-CWPost, and a BA - Psychology from SUNY-Albany.
I taught and tutored SPSS for five years at Hunter College in Social Science Computing Lab for Statistical Methods in Psychology.
During my coursework for my PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience, the behavior track was animal behavior based. I did lab rotations working in Ethology labs, have taken PhD level courses in Ethology through the Graduate School go the City University of NY at the American Museum of Natural History. My specialization of Evolution of behavior from a comparative persepctive. Also taught Ethology at CUNY-Hunter College
I am employed as a Senior Network Technician to monitor, escalate and troubleshoot WAN network for high speed data, video and VOIP. Worked with CISCO headend routers and nodes providing customers service. Monitoring included using telnet and SNMP polling to pull data from network devices to determine root cause of problems and fix.
I am an SAS Certified programmer. I was employed by SAS for 14 years in their professional services group.
While working on my PhD I took Biostatistics courses. When analyzing data for my PhD we had to use biostatistical analyses such as Discrete Fourier Transforms to pull out fundamental and 2nd harmonic waves from VEP (Visual Evoked Potential) data. These results were further analyzed by using T-Circ ^2 multivariate stats to discern a nervous system response from random neural background noise.
Worked for 14 years at SAS Institute in professional services with customers on Redhat Linux environments. During this time period my responsibilities while working at customer sites was to install software on LINUX operating systems and creating Linux environments suitable for the software. For example, much of my time was spent doing basic admin tasks such as creating users, groups, folders, assigning permissions, using VI editor to modify scripts. In addition, GREP'ing PIDs to find running processing and what ports they were utilizing while troubleshooting problems.
I have 10 Years experience working on MAC OS. Apple Certified Associate for Mac Integration 10.7.
Worked for 14 years at SAS Institute in professional services with customers on UNIX (AIX & SUN) environments. During this time period my responsibilities while working at customer sites was to install software on UNIX operating systems and creating Linux environments suitable for the software. For example, much of my time was spent doing basic admin tasks such as creating users, groups, folders, assigning permissions, using VI editor to modify scripts. In addition, GREP'ing PIDs to find running processing and what ports they were utilizing while troubleshooting problems. Also, utilized commands such as TOP and TOPAS to determine utilization of server resources.
I started out working out for using bodybuilding methodology. After doing research and working with trainers switched workout routines to incorporate circuit training, strength and agility. I am a member of the National Strength and Agility Association. In addition, I have trained kids using strength and agility methodology. I specialize in free weights, kettle bells, and olympic weight to achieve functional fitness goals.