Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Dr. Sprechini joined the Mathematical Sciences Department in 1981. His special interests include probability and statistics, specifically general linear models and robustness of statistical tests. He is a member of the American Statistical Association and is the coordinator of the College's Actuarial Science program.
Dr. Sprechini's other activities include being a statistical consultant and playing volleyball.
Gene Sprechini, Ph.D., C. W. Kulp, Ph.D., Jeremy Chobot '16 and Helena Freitas (a visiting student from the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program), “Using ordinal partition networks to analyze ECG data,” Chaos, 26, 073114 (2016).
Gene Sprechini, Ph.D., and Christopher Kulp, Ph.D., "Teaching the Assessment of Normality Using Large Easily-Generated Real Data Sets”, accepted for publication in the journal Teaching Statistics.