About me: I earned my Ph.D. degree in Statistics from the
University of Manitoba, Canada in June of 2014.
I have been
working in the field of Statistics for sixteen years since I was awarded my B.Sc. with honor
in Statistics. Through my doctoral study, I received three scholarships in addition to an award for Outstanding Academic Performance by a Ph.D. Student. Having a solid background in Math/STAT encourages me work as online tutor.
Experience: My interest in both theory and practice of Statistics helps me to attain a wide experience as
a lecturer, researcher, practitioner, consultant in Statistics. I taught a wide variety of courses in Statistics and Mathematics at both University of Manitoba, and Cairo
University. Among the subjects I taught were Introduction to Statistics, Principles of Mathematics, Calculus,
Mathematical Statistics, Statistical Inference, Linear Algebra, Econometrics, Design of Experiments, and SPSS course. I had the opportunity to work as a sessional instructor for three terms
at the University of Manitoba.
University of Manitoba Winnipeg