Adjunct Professor


Michael has been in the financial sector (Fortune 100) for the past 8 years working on predictive modeling, machine learning, data mining, and statistical learning. He is an Assistance Adjunct Professor and Advisory Board Member at Lewis University's Masters in Data Science, where he developed and is teaching Mathematics for Data Scientists. Previously, he did freelance statistical consulting, taught data analytics graduate courses and undergraduate math courses, and worked on statistical digital signal spectral processing of early-20th-century voice signals. He holds a Ph.D. (Engineering & Applied Physics), two Masters degrees (Applied Physics; Quantitative Psychology), and a double major Bachelor's degree (Psychology; Physics). He lives in Bloomington, IL with his wife and six-year old son, his pride and joy!



  • Ph.D., Engineering and Applied Science-Physics, University of New Orleans, 2011
  • M.S., Quantitative Psychology, Illinois State University, 2007
  • M.S., Applied Physics, University of New Orleans, 2004
  • B.S., Psychology with a Minor in Physics, University of New Orleans, 2002