|Phone:||(309) 692-4092 x1380|
Attn: Taki Nagase
411 W. Northmoor Road
Peoria, IL 61614
2019 Summer Term (May 20th, 2019–August 11th, 2019)
Number of classes: 7
2019 Fall Term (August 19th, 2019–November 10th, 2019)
Number of classes: 5
I was fascinated by statistics, when I was at the Newcastle University in England. When my family moved to Normal, IL ten years ago, I became a part-time student studying mathematics. Through the study of applied statistics, I have been learning how mathematics can be useful in the real world. My current interest is data mining, which is a study of analyzing big data with statistical techniques, and which involves programing using statistical software, such as R and SAS.
I graduated from the Illinois State University in December 2015. I was fortunate to be taught by great professors who are devoted teachers as well as researchers (some of my teachers are known worldly as pioneers in their fields).
I am very fortunate to have an opportunity to teach at Midstate College where all the teachers, staff, and administrators are passionate about helping students to succeed, as this fits well with my values of teaching and learning.
M.S. Applied Statistics in Mathematics, 2015Illinois State University
B.S. Mathematics, 2012Illinois State University
M.S. Agricultural Economics, 1977Newcastle University, England
Dissertation: A Time Series Analysis of the Demand for Fish in the UK
M.S. Marketing, 1974Kindai University, Japan
B.S. Business Administration, 1972Osaka University of Economics
Midstate College (2018–present)Faculty
Northern Illinois University (2017–2018)Adjunct Faculty
Midstate College (2015–2018)Adunct Faculty
Illinois State University (2013–2015)Computer Laboratory Supervisor
Awards and Certifications
Sawyer, J., Harbers, H. M., & Nagase, T. (2018). The effects of reduced articulation rate on language in caregivers and preschool children who stutter. Presentation at the 2018 World Congress in Fluency Disorders, Hiroshima, Japan.
Sawyer, J., Matteson, C., Ou, H., & Nagase, T. The effects of parent-focused slow relaxed speech intervention on speech rate, response time latency, and fluency in preschool children who stutter. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
o Employed multiple linear regression models to examine the effects of the child’s speech rate, mother’s speech rate, child’s response time and mother’s response time on the child’s stuttering