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Quantitative Analysis, Regression Analysis, R, Stata, Data Modeling

Location:
Claremont, California, United States
Salary:
30 Dollars per Hour
Posted:
October 23, 2018

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Harrison Genghan Lu

Claremont, CA, USA

ac7g6u@r.postjobfree.com 315-***-****

Education

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA 9/2016 – 5/2019 Master of Science Economics Analysis/Applied Mathematics Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ 8/2013 – 6/2015 Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics/MA-TESOL

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ 8/2011 6/2013 Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Linguistics Beijing International Studies University, Beijing, P. R. China 9/2009 6/2011 B.A. in Bachelor of Arts

Qualifications

Be able to track Return of Investment/ROI and closely interact with IT Team to design/improve data architecture;

Be able to identify optimization opportunities by using predictive modeling;

Be able to develop and implement advanced custom models and algorithms;

Be able to develop tools to monitor and analyze model performance and data accuracy;

Have rigorous statistical intuition, deep understanding of core statistical principles, and extensive experience with core methodologies, including linear regression, Gauss-Markov Theorem, generalized linear models/GLM, random forest, dimensionality reduction, tree-based models, maximum likelihood estimation/MLE, and Bayesian modeling);

Knowledge of advanced statistical techniques and concepts and the use of STATA, R, and Python;

Research experience in creating and using advanced regression, simulation, modeling, clustering, and so on;

I am an effective multi-task taker and communicator who is able to prioritize important affairs in a fast-paced culture, critical thinker, problem solver, and good at complex cooperative teamwork;

Good at writing and expressing myself with strong verbal communication skills. Statistical Software, Program Mastery, Abilities

Statistical Software: Stata, Microsoft Excel, R Studio, SPSS Data Visualization Software: Mathematica

Programming: Knowledge of Python, SQL, and supervised machine learning (regression analysis) Other Software: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Knowledge of Access Language Ability: Fluent in English, Mandarin Chinese, Intermediate Proficiency of French Professional Quantitative Research Experience

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, August, 2018 – Now California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA

Instruct and tutor Econometrics, Microeconomics, and Macroeconomics Genghan Lu CV

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Introduce statistical models and regression analysis to new graduate students

Teach STATA as an important econometric research tool Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Economics, January 2017 --- August, 2017 California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA

Processed and coded data associated with assigned databases

Analyzed data and fitted in models for a variety of needs

Edit the university-composed textbooks for Microeconomics and suggest changes Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ May 2012 January 2013 Ph.D. Assistant

Assisted a Ph.D. candidate in summarizing and collecting linguistic data

Conducted data analysis: projects including utterance break analysis, semantic coding, and generalizing findings

A research study in sociolinguistics “A Linguistics Approach on Apology Strategies” was accomplished

Linguistic-Related or Other Social Science Experience UCan Language Center, UCAT Groups, Rosemead, CA August 2015 --- November 2015 Curriculum Designer and Program Developer

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ August 2013 --- May 2015 Chinese Language Teaching Assistant

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ September 2012 January 2013 Chinese Language Teaching Assistant

No.56 Senior High School in Beijing, China July 2012 August 2012 English Teacher

Other Non-Academic Working Experience

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ August 2013 --- May 2015 Director Assistant for China Initiatives at Center for International Education Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ October 2013 --- May 2014 Translator for the TV Station at Northern Arizona University CITIC Tourism Group Corporation Limited, Beijing, China May 2012 June 2012 Intern Translator and Simultaneous Interpreter

China Economy Net, Beijing, China June 2011 January 2012 English Editor

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Quantitative Research Papers and Publications

Lu, G (2018). A Study on Determinants of Police Officers Annual Salary in the USA. Unpublished Manuscript

Lu, G (2018). A Statistical Research on Impact of Olympic Games on Local Economy. International Economic Review, In Publishing

Lu, G (2017). A Brief Investigation of Historical Prices of a Property in the City of Claremont, California. Unpublished Manuscript

Lu, G (2017). A Linear Regression Model for House Price in the County of Los Angeles. Unpublished Manuscript

Lu, G. (2015). Length of residence and Chinese ESL students' English speaking comprehensibility and intelligibility. Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 6(5), 943-955. Retrieved from http://www.academypublication.com/ojs/index.php/jltr/article/view/jltr0605943955 Lu, G., & Fu, C. (2015). A comparative study of hedges use between American and Chinese students' writings. US-China Foreign Language, 13(6), 423-436. Retrieved from http://www.davidpublisher.org/index.php/Home/Article/index?id=11832.html Lu, G., Fu, C., & Lan, G. (2015). A performance-based assessment of email writing competence of ESL students. US-China Foreign Language, In Publishing. Social Science Publications and Presentations

Lu, G., Fu, C., & Lan, G. (2015). A teacher training of ESL writing for specific engineering and science purposes. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University. Lu, G & Fu, C (2014). Hedges use comparison between American and Chinese students’ writings. Flagstaff, AZ: AZ-TESL Conference

Lu, G & Fu, C (2014). Hedges use comparison between American and Chinese students’ writings. Tempe, AZ: Symposium of Second Language Writing

Lu, G. (2013). The democratization of China’s internet and the formation of neo-leftism and neo-rightism (4). Retrieved from Northern Arizona University website: http://nau.edu/CIE/Global-Learning-Symposium-Presenters/ Wang, H., & Lu, G. (2013). 25 ways to understand the Chinese language. Charleston, SC: Chinese New Link Group.

Reference (Other Reference Available Upon Requests) Dr. Carsten Lange

Master of Science Economics Degree Graduate Academic Advisor at California Polytechnic State University, Pomona

ac7g6u@r.postjobfree.com

Office Phone: 909-***-****

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Dr. Mohammad Safarzadeh

Professor of Econometrics

ac7g6u@r.postjobfree.com

Office Phone: 714-***-****

Dr. Bruce C. Brown

Professor of Economics

ac7g6u@r.postjobfree.com

Office Phone: 909-***-****

Dr. Craig Kerr

Project Academic Advisor

ac7g6u@r.postjobfree.com

Office Phone: 909-***-****

Instructor Hong-Chen Wang

Co-author of the book I published

Lecturer of Chinese Language and Culture, Buckingham Browne and Nichols School ac7g6u@r.postjobfree.com

80 Gerrys Landing Rd, Cambridge, MA 02138

Office Phone: 617-***-****

Dr. Luke Plonsky

Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics, English Department, Northern Arizona University ac7g6u@r.postjobfree.com

PO Box 6032, Flagstaff, AZ 86011

Office phone: 928-***-****

Dr. Mary McGroarty

Professor of Applied Linguistics, English Department, Northern Arizona University ac7g6u@r.postjobfree.com

Office Phone: 928-***-****

Dr. Erika Hess

Associate Professor of French, Department of Global Languages and Cultures, Northern Arizona University ac7g6u@r.postjobfree.com

Dr. Xiaoyi Liu/Hsiao-yi Liu*

Lecturer of Chinese, Department of Global Languages and Cultures, Northern Arizona University ac7g6u@r.postjobfree.com

Director Daniel Palm

Director of China Initiative at Center for International Education, Northern Arizona University ac7g6u@r.postjobfree.com

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Ms. Xiwei Shao/Shi-wei Shao*

Assistant Chief Editor of China Economy Net

Baizhifang East St. #2, Xuanwu District, Beijing, PR China. Zip Code: 100054 008*-********

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*Some names marked by asteroids denote that these names are represented in Thomas-Wade Romanization for easy articulation. The names before slashes are the official Chinese names of these contacts.



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