About Dr. Larry Corman
Dr. Larry Corman retired in 2007 as Professor Emeritus after teaching at Fort Lewis College since 1982. Prior to Durango, CO, he was employed with a Fortune 500 firm in various financial/accounting positions. After moving to Durango, he was hired by Fort Lewis College, initially to teach Business Statistics. He taught in this subject area along with Auditing and Management Information Systems prior to his acceptance into the Business Computer Information Systems Ph.D. program at the University of North Texas. After completing his doctorate, he returned to Fort Lewis College where he eventually retired as the Assistant Dean for the School of Business Administration.
After “retirement”, Dr. Corman taught at the university level with the University of Maryland University College. He taught graduate courses in cost accounting along with financial modeling using Excel. His expertise is in data analysis using the various Excel tools that facilitate this process. Please refer to the Excel tutorialsthat provide some examples of some of these tools.
In 2012-13, Dr. Corman returned to Fort Lewis College as a visiting professor with the directive to develop some new hybrid courses (a mixture of face-to-face instruction plus online instruction). The new courses included Risk Management (using @Risk) along with spreadsheet modeling. In addition, he taught Financial Accounting, Personal Finance, and Business Statistics.
Besides the “serious side” of my life, I thoroughly enjoy the benefits of living in southwest Colorado. Whether it be hiking, ice fishing, enjoying the temperate climate, I don’t think there’s a better place to live.
If you are looking for any assistance in data analysis, software training (personal or corporate/small business), outsourcing of data analysis projects, please contact me. I am more than willing to customize the project/training to meet your needs. I’ve always taken pride in customer service.
For additional information, please refer to my brief resume.