Department of Management Science and Engineering, School of Engineering; Consulting Associate Professor (1976-1988), Consulting Professor (1988-2009)
Graduate/upper-level undergraduate seminar on applications of decision analysis and associated methodologies to decision making in medicine, energy, and environmental protection Management Science and Engineering 453 (with Professor Burke Robinson, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012).
Graduate/upper-level undergraduate class on public policy analysis, with applications in national security, health, energy, and the environment Management Science and Engineering 290 (co-taught with William Perry, former Secretary of Defense and Stanford Professor, Professor John Weyant, Professor Ross Shachter, 2003, 2004, 2005).
Graduate/upper-level undergraduate seminar on environmental health policy Biology 155 (co-taught with Donald Kennedy, President Emeritus and Bing Professor of Environmental Studies, 1995, 1996).
Graduate/upper-level undergraduate course EES&OR 194/294, "The Role of Technology in Public Policy Decisions," using energy and environmental case studies (1993-1999).
Supervisor of graduate student research Application areas include forest and fishery resource management, communications satellite planning, decision analysis of medical treatment.
Guest lecturer for graduate-level courses in decision analysis and summer executive seminar programs.
Teaching assistant to Professor Ronald A. Howard in 1966 for the first course in decision analysis taught at Stanford University.