University of Wisconsin - Green Bay


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Gregory Davis

Gregory Davis

Fall 2013

"Amos Software for Structural Equation Modeling"

Grant in Aid of Research

Final Report: "The IBM SPSS Amos software package was obtained in the latter part of December 2013. During the Spring 2014 semester, the software was explored in conjunction with studies of the following two Cambridge Press books:
- Structural Equation Modeling: Applications in Ecological and Evolutionary Biology (Pugesek, et al.)
- Structural Equation Modeling and Natural Systems (Grace) Significant progress had been made. Initial plans were to begin modeling Cliff Swallow populations from a spatial and dynamical perspective over the summer of 2014. Due to my change in role here at UW-Green Bay (i.e., moving from Faculty to Associate Provost) I have not been able to make significant progress in this specific modeling project. As time permits I will attempt to make headway."


Spring 1999

"Attend Mathematical modeling of Ecological Systems related Conference and funds Data Collection Supplies regarding bird nesting research"

Grant in Aid of Research


Fall 1996

"Add memory to computer to efficiently run scientific and mathematical based software in order to further research"

Grant in Aid of Research