Danney Rasco West Texas A&M University, USA
Danney Rasco is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work at West Texas A&M University. As a self-professed stats nerd, he enjoys (yes, enjoys) teaching three or four sections of statistics each year and simply smiles and shrugs when students shake their heads at his enthusiasm and zeal for data and the beautiful sport of number crunching. In his “free” time, he plans statistics workshops because he is a glutton for punishment. This love for statistics and teaching (i.e., nerdiness) resulted in a Summer Teaching Assistant Fellowship from the University of New Hampshire, an Intellectual Contribution Award from the College of Education and Social Sciences at West Texas A&M University. Dr. Rasco has a master’s degree in clinical and counseling psychology from Midwestern State University, a master’s degree and PhD in social psychology from the University of New Hampshire, and a Cognate in College Teaching from the University of New Hampshire. One day he will buy frames, perhaps with the proceeds from this book, and display these degrees proudly on a wall.