- STA3431F: Monte Carlo Methods (Fall only: Mondays 10-12 in SS2105)
- STA447/2006S: Stochastic Processes (Winter only: Thursdays 6-9pm in SS2102)
- STA4502: Topics in Stochastic Processes (Feb-April only: Wednesdays 11-1 in SS2120)

See also my research supervision and my policy on letters of recommendation, as well as my book about probability for a general audience, my introductory-level probability and statistics textbook (joint with M.J. Evans), and my graduate-level probability textbook, and my article about mathematics education.

You can also read my Rant about Uncorrelated Normal Random Variables; my reflections on the demands of teaching; my handouts, intended for enrichment for high school students, entitled Is it better to be born rich or lucky? and Probability and Poker; plus some related questions and the handout Gambling Games and Random Walks; and a math problem about the Metropolis algorithm.

See also portal, and Gus Vukov's Teaching Statistics Page.

- STA130S: An Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Data Science (Winter only: Mondays 2-4pm in MC252, and tutorials Wednesdays 2-4pm)
- STA447/2006S: Stochastic Processes (Winter only: Thursdays 6-9pm in MS2170)

- STA201F: Why Numbers Matter (Fall only: Mondays 2-3pm and Wednesdays 1-3pm in LM 161; see a related article)
- STA130S: An Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Data Science (Winter only: Mondays 2-4pm in GB 220, and tutorials Wednesdays 2-4pm; see media article, report, related article)
- STA447/2006S: Stochastic Processes (Winter only: Thursdays 6-9pm in SS1069)
- STA4502S: Monte Carlo Estimation (Jan 13 to Feb 26 only: Wednesdays 11-1 and Fridays 11-12 in SS1080)

- STA201F: Why Numbers Matter (Fall only: Mondays 2-3pm and Wednesdays 1-3pm in LM 161.)
- (On research leave, January-June 2015.)

- STA201F: Why Numbers Matter (Fall only: Mondays 1-3pm in MP 102 and Wednesdays 1-2pm in MP 202.)
- (On research leave, January-June 2014.)

- STA201F: Why Numbers Matter (Fall only: Mondays 1-3pm and Wednesdays 1-2pm, VC215; see article or here, and a related Q&A)
- STA4502: Monte Carlo Estimation (Jan-Feb only: Wednesdays 11-1 and Fridays 11-12, BA1200)
- Co-creating an introductory Statistics MOOC (see promo video, final song, youtube interview, feedback)

- STA2111F: Graduate Probability I (Fall only: Mondays 1-4pm, SS2108)
- STA2211S: Graduate Probability II (Winter only: Mondays 1-4pm, SS1088)
- STA447/2006S: Stochastic Processes (Winter only: Thursdays 6-9pm, SS1073)

- PMU 199Y (L0411): Probabilities Everywhere (Full Year: Wednesdays 2-4, SS1078).
- STA 3431S: Monte Carlo Methods (Winter only: Mondays 2-4, AB107).

- SCI 199Y (L0411): Probabilities Everywhere (Wednesdays 2-4: Fall SS2101, Winter UC D301).
- STA 3431S: Monte Carlo Methods (Winter only: Mondays 2-4, LM123).
- I was also the statistics seminar coordinator.

- SCI 199Y (L0411): Probabilities Everywhere (Fall & Winter: Wednesdays 2-4, in SS2129).
- STA 3431S: Monte Carlo Methods (Winter only: Mondays 2-4, in BA2145).

- STA410/2102F: Statistical Computation (Fall: Tuesdays 6-9 pm, SS 2110)
- STA447/2006S: Stochastic Processes (Winter: Thursdays 6-9 pm, SS 2118)
- STA286S: Probability and Statistics for Engineering Science (Winter: Wednesdays 9-10 am, RS211, and Fridays 12-1, BA1190; see schedule / course outline / CCNet page)
- I was also the statistics seminar coordinator, and the research computing committee chair.

- None. (On research leave.)

- SCI 199Y: Probability and Uncertainty
- STA 2111F: Graduate Probability I
- STA 2211S: Graduate Probability II
- I was also the statistics seminar coordinator, and the research computing committee chair.

- SCI 199Y: Large Numbers and Small Probabilities
- STA 2111F: Graduate Probability I
- STA 2211S: Graduate Probability II

- STA 2111F: Graduate Probability I
- STA 4276F: Research Topics in Monte Carlo Methods: Markov chain Monte Carlo algorithms
- STA 261S: Probability and Statistics II
- STA 2211S: Graduate Probability II

- STA 2111F: Graduate Probability I.
- STA 2211S: Graduate Probability II.
- (Plus I was Associate Chair, Graduate Studies.)

- STA 3047F: Stochastic Processes.
- STA 447/2006S: Applied Stochastic Processes.
- (Plus I was Associate Chair, Graduate Studies.)

- STA 2112F: Mathematical Statistics I.
- STA 447/2006S: Applied Stochastic Processes.
- STA 4247S: Research Topics in Stochastic Processes.
- (Plus I was Associate Chair, Graduate Studies.)

- None. (On research leave.)

- SCI 199Y: Random Walks and Mathematical Discovery.
- STA 2111F: Graduate Probability I.
- STA 2211S: Graduate Probability II.

- SCI 199Y: Random Walks and Mathematical Discovery (see course handout);
- STA 2111F: Graduate Probability I (see homework assignments, course handout);
- STA 2211S: Graduate Probability II (see homework assignments, course project).

- SCI 199Y: Random Walks and Mathematical Discovery (including all class hand-outs in pdf format)
- STA 2111F: Graduate Probability I
- STA 2211S: Graduate Probability II

- STA 2111F: Graduate Probability I
- STA 3077F: Research Topics in Probability
- STA 257S: Probability with Statistical Applications
- STA 2211S: Graduate Probability II

- STA 2111F: Graduate Probability I
- STA 257S: Probability with Statistical Applications
- STA 2211S: Graduate Probability II

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