Craig Johnson

Faculty


Phone Number   208-496-7539
Email Address   johnsonc@byui.edu
Address   232W RKS

Education

  • Ph.D., Statistics, Purdue University, 2004
  • M.S., Applied Statistics, Purdue University, 2003
  • M.S., Mathematics, University of Utah, 1997
  • B.A., Mathematics, Utah State University, 1995

Interests

  • Statistical consulting
  • Hiking
  • Biking
  • Other outdoor activities

Work Experience

  • Private statistical consulting
  • Consultant, Technical Assistance Program, Purdue University
  • Consultant, Statistical Consulting Service, Purdue University
  • Director, Statistics in the Community (STATCOM), Purdue University (Volunteer position)

Research

  • Craig A. Johnson, Ryan D. Cromar. Comparison of campus and online sections of a flipped introductory statistics course (abstract). Proceedings of ICOTS-10, 2018.
  • Richard J. Ross, George P. McCabe, Wayne W. Campbell, and Craig A. Johnson. Protein requirements in adults are normal, not lognormal (abstract). The FASEB Journal, 2004.
  • Jerry H. Scrivner, Craig A. Johnson, and Camron A. Sego. Use of cementum annuli and eye-lens weight for aging coyotes. \textit{Wildlife Society Bulletin}, 38(4):874--877, 2014.
  • Travis B. Conley, George P. McCabe, Eunjung Lim, Kevin E. Yarasheski, Craig A. Johnson, and Wayne W. Campbell. Age and sex affect protein metabolism at protein intakes that span the range of adequacy: comparison of leucine kinetics and nitrogen balance data. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, 24:693--699, 2013.
  • Moore, B. Shenton, K. McGuire, M. Kuntz, M. Schulthies, S. Schulthies, C. Johnson, Island Park Idaho - Window to the Petrogenesis of Snake River Plain Basalts, Invited Seminar, Department of Geology, Idaho State University, 2011.
  • Wayne W. Campbell, Craig A. Johnson, George P. McCabe, and Nadine S. Carnell.
    Dietary protein requirements of younger and older adults. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 88(5):1322--1329, 2008.
  • Nilupa S. Gunaratna, Craig A. Johnson, John R. Stevens. Service-learning for graduate students through a student-run consulting program. Journal of Statistics Education, 15(2), 2007, http://www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v15n2/gunaratna.html.
  • Anna E. Thalacker-Mercer, Craig A. Johnson, Nadine S. Carnell, Kevin E. Yarasheski, and Wayne W. Campbell. Protein intake, feeding, and sex but not age affect albumin synthesis rate in humans. The Journal of Nutrition. 137:1734-1740, July 2007.
  • A. K. Mahon, M. G. Glynn, H. B. Iglay, L. K. Stewart, C. A. Johnson, B. K. McFarlin, and W. W. Campbell. Measurement of body composition changes with weight loss in postmenopausal women: comparison of methods. The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging, 11(3): 203-213, 2007.
  • Craig A. Johnson, Wayne W. Campbell, and George P. McCabe. Nitrogen balance-based protein requirement estimates and distributions analyzed using simulation modeling (abstract). The FASEB Journal, 20(5, Part 2):A1045, 2006.
  • Wayne W. Campbell, Nadine S. Carnell, Craig A. Johnson, Hannah Morse-Carrithers, Mark D. Haub, George P. McCabe, and Zonda K. Birge. Dietary protein requirement of young and elderly women (abstract). The FASEB Journal, 18(4, Part 1):A544, 2004.

Current Projects

  • PathwayConnect Curriculum Redesign committee
  • Statistics program lead

LinkedIn Profile

Biography

Craig Johnson has been a member of the faculty at BYU-Idaho (formerly Ricks College) since 1997.  He has a Ph.D. in statistics from Purdue University. He enjoys helping students learn to apply statistical tools and helping professionals mine gems from their data.