University of Denver
Robert C. Hannum, Ph.D.
Professor of Risk Analysis & Gaming
Reiman School of Finance

Brief Bio
Bob Hannum is Professor of Risk Analysis & Gaming in the Reiman School of Finance at the University of Denver, where he teaches probability, statistics, and the mathematics of risk. He is recognized as an authority in the theory of gambling, casino mathematics, and the business of commercial gaming, with a special emphasis on the role of probability and statistics in gaming law and regulation. He
is often interviewed on these subjects by national and international media outlets, and acts as a consultant to gaming regulatory agencies, law firms, casinos, and game developers. His publications include the books Practical Casino Math and Introductory Statistics: A Self-Study Manual, as well as numerous articles in scholarly journals.

Research & Consulting Interests
Applied Probability and Statistics
Mathematics of Gambling
Probability & Statistics in Commercial Gaming

Measuring Skill in Games

PhD, Statistics, Florida State University
MS, Statistics, Florida State University
BS summa cum laude, Mathematics, University of Dayton

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Office: Daniels College of Business 597
Phone: 303-871-2115
FAX: 303-871-2297

Curriculum Vita
Curriculum Vita

Course Information
Summer 2012
STAT 3500/4500 - Probability Theory & Gambling

Fall 2012

STAT 1400 (x) - Statistics II
STAT 1400 (x) - Statistics II
STAT 1400 (x) - Statistics II

Winter 2013
FIN 4700 (1) - Financial Econometrics

Spring 2013

Summer 2013
STAT 3704/4704 - Topics: The Science of Poker (Tentative)

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