Lecturer in Quantitative Methods
BADM 5103 Managerial Statistics and Spread sheet modeling
OPIM 5103 Managerial Statistics
OPIM 5894 Business Forecasting
University of Hartford
Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Business
Managerial Statistics and Analytics Courses continued below
Introduction to Quantitative Methods
Jim Peta is an adjunct faculty at UCONN and is a part time faculty member at the University of Hartford in the department of Economics, Finance and Insurance specializing in quantitative methods. Recently Served as Director of the Masters in Science of Business Analytics. He received his Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and his MBA from the University of Hartford in 1969. He has taught as an Adjunct at the University of Hartford since 1973 before joining as a regular faculty member in 2008. He has taught at UCONN as an adjunct faculty in the MBA program since 2013. He has taught online in MBA programs Since 2009
Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
MBA, University of Hartford
Mr. Peta has over 40 years as a business manager in the industrial sector of business. He has held positions as Vice President of Production for Pioneer Steel Ball, Manager of Manufacturing Operations for Thomson Precision Ball and most recently as a Senior Product Manager and Site Manager for Danaher.
Selected Scholarship Books and Articles:
Peta, Jim, (2010). “Ball Bearings Keep Rolling Along.” Design World, Vol. 5, No. 11, 54-57
Peta, Jim, (2010). “Selecting The Right Precision Ball Material for Aggressive Environments.” Power Transmission Engineering, Vol. 4, No. 1, 28-31
Served as a Director for APICS
Served as a Board member for CBIA
Personal Information Served on several Boards for RPI and ZETA PSI fraternity Alumni association. Hobbies include season ticket holder for UCONN men’s and women’s basketball, gardening, Broadway plays and traveling.