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Instructional Staff

Professor Emeritus Robert L. Taylor received his Ph.D. in Statistics from Florida State University in 1971.  He is a Fellow and Life Member of the American Statistical Association and Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics.  He has taught at the University of South Carolina, the University of Georgia where he served as Head of the Statistics Department from 1989-1998, and Clemson University where he served as Department Chair 2003-2013.  Dr. Taylor regularly teaches statistical education courses, has been a reader at the AP Statistics Readings 2000-2002, was a Table Leader for the 2004, 2005 and 2006 AP Statistics Readings, was a Question Leader for the 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 AP Statistics Reading, has presented one-day and five-day College Board AP Statistic workshops throughout the nation, served on the Test Development Committee, 2007-2013 (as Chair 2010-2013). He has co-presented the Beyond AP Statistics workshops at the national statistics meetings in Atlanta (2001), New York (2002), San Francisco (2003) and Minneapolis (2005).  Most importantly for this workshop, Professor Taylor has taught the 'AP Statistics for Teachers' course four times at Maryville College and twelve times at the University of Georgia and Clemson University.

Master Teacher George Carr implemented and taught AP Statistics at the Spartanburg Day School in Spartanburg, SC from 1997-2002 and has taught AP Statistics at St. Joseph's Catholic School in Greenville since 2002 where he also implemented the course.  He has participated as a reader for AP Statistics for the College Board for the past 12 years on both the Operational and International Exam.  In addition, he has been a presenter for the National Math and Science Initiative at Student Study Sessions in both AP Statistics and AP Calculus since 2012 throughout the southeast and a mentor to new AP Statistics and AP Calculus teachers all over the country since 2015.  He has also been a grader, mentor, and presenter for the Clemson AP Statistics Practice Exam since 2012.  As Math Department Chair at St. Joseph's since 2002, he has taught many different courses and supervised all levels of math from 6th grade to AP Calculus BC.