I teach statistics and actuarial studies at the Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Applied Statistics, The Australian National University, Canberra. I started as a tutor at this school in 2008 but now lecture various senior year courses. Most of the courses I teach are part of the actuarial program at our university.
Some of the courses I have lectured over the years are:
Life Contingencies – Teaching actuarial techniques for the valuing of policies which are contingent on events concerning uncertain lifetimes.
Regression Modelling – The fundamentals of linear statistical modelling with an emphasis on application and the use of a statistical software like R.
Financial Mathematics – Studying the application of compound interest rates and its functions in evaluating financial transactions.
Introductory Mathematical Statistics – An introductory course in probability and statistics.
Multivariate Analysis – An advanced course teaching various multivariate data analysis techniques with focus on applications in the field of marketing and management.