- Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems and Statistics
Ann Cohen Brandwein is a Professor of Statistics at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College. She has received both the Presidential Excellence Award for Distinguished Teaching and the Presidential Excellence Award for Distinguished Service. Her research work in the area of multivariate point estimation for spherically symmetric distributions is quite well known, with numerous citations in the statistical literature.
Rovenpor, J., Kopelman, R., Brandwein, A., W. M., & Q. P. (2016). THE BEST-SELLER AS AN INDICATOR OF SOCIETAL NARCISSISM. Society,53(4), 414-421. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12115-016-0036-2
Brandwein, A., Strawderman, W. E. (2012). Modern Developments in Stein estimation: the spherical symmetric case. Statistical Science, 27(1), 11-23.
Kopelman, R., Gardberg, N., Brandwein, A. (2011). Recognition and Reward to Improve Service: A Field Study in a Public Higher Education Institution. Journal of Public Personnel Management, 40(2), 133-149.
“Bayesian Estimation of Multivariate Location Parameters” (with W. E. Strawderman). Handbook of Statistics – Vol. 25: Bayesian Thinking, Modeling and Computation, pp 225 – 248, Fall 2005.
“Shrinkage Estimators of the Location Parameter for Certain Spherically Symmetric Distributions” (with S. Ralescu and W. E. Strawderman). Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 45 (3): 551-65, 1993.
“Generalizations of James-Stein Estimators Under Spherical Symmetry” (with W. E. Strawderman). Annals of Statistics, 19 (3): 1639-50, September 1991.
Presidential Excellence Award for Distinguished Service 2005
Honorary Faculty Member, Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society 2004.
Honorary Membership Award from the Golden Key International Honor Society 2003.
Presidential Excellence Award for Distinguished Teaching 2002.