McLean Sloughter, Ph.D
Environmental Science Affiliate
Building/Room: BANN 426
Frequently Taught Classes
MATH 1210: Statistics for Life Sciences, MATH 2310: Probability & Statistics for Sciences & Engineering, MATH 3412: Mathematical Statistics, MATH 5111: Probability for Business Analytics
Statistical Forecasting; Environmental Modeling; Renewable Energy; Diversity, Equality & Inclusivity
Sloughter, J.M., Miguel, A, Rempe, M., & Kuder, K. "Survey Analysis of Student Experiences for Underrepresented Populations in Engineering and Computer Science." Proceedings of CoNECD: The Collaborative Network For Engineering And Computing Diversity, Arlington, Virginia, April 2019.
Berry, C., Louie, H., and Sloughter, J.M. "Remote Diagnosis of Solar Panel Performance: A Case Study of the Filibaba Energy Kiosk." Proceedings of IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, San Jose, California, October 2018.
Sloughter, J. M., Isakson, J., Shields, K., Salmon, M., Mak, Y. P., Schleicher, A. K., & Louie, H. "Designing a Sustainable Business Plan for an Off-Grid Energy Kiosk in Chalokwa, Zambia." Proceedings of IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, Seattle, Washington, October 2016.
Egan, J. M., Sloughter, J. M., Cardoso, T., Trainor, P., Safford, H., Fournier, D., and Wenz, J., 2016: "Multi-temporal Ecological Analysis of Jeffrey Pine Beetle Population Dynamics within the Lake Tahoe Basin." Population Ecology, 58: 441 (2016).
Carter, J., Helliwell, D., Henrich, A., Principe, M., & Sloughter, J.M. "Oral assessments: Improving Student Success in Calculus at Seattle University." PRIMUS: Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies, Vol. 26, Issue 2. DOI:10.1080/10511970.2015.1067264 (2016)
Henrich, A., Sloughter, J. M., Anderson, J., & Bahuaud, E. "Addressing Negative Math Attitudes with Service-Learning." PRIMUS: Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies, Vol. 26, issue 8. DOI: 10.1080/10511970.2016.1174967 (2016)
Dr. Sloughter has a B.A. and a B.S. from Gonzaga University and a PhD. from the University of Washington. He has been on faculty at Seattle University since 2009.