Charles M. Cwiek, a Distinguished Lecturer in the Department of Statistics, Operations and Management Science at The University of Tennessee, specializes in the areas of industrial statistics, quality control methods, and process management. Charles teaches Introductory Statistics and Statistical Process Control to undergraduate students.
In April of 2000, The University of Tennessee's College of Business Administration awarded Charles the Allen H. Keally Outstanding Teaching Award. Charles has taught in various courses offered through U.T.'s Graduate and Executive Education (GEE) program for over twenty years.
In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he develops, produces and manages the graphical content of teaching materials used in selected courses within CEE. Charles is also the Technology Coordinator for GEE's Practical Strategies for Process Improvement courses.
Charles also serves as a consultant to industry in the area of statistical process control. He has worked primarily within the automotive components industry setting up measurement system evaluation studies.
Charles received his B.S. and M.S. in Statistics from The University of Tennessee.
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