Professor Emeritus of Statistics, Mathematics
PENN STATE BEHREND
ERIE PA 16563
Anthony A. Salvia, Ph.D., professor emeritus of statistics in the School of Science, retired in 1999 after 29 years.
Salvia began his career as an assistant professor of industrial engineering in the Behrend Graduate Center in 1970.
He moved to the Division of Science and Engineering in 1973 and became an associate professor in 1982. From 1983-85 he also served as the director of the Ben Franklin Technology Center at Penn State Erie. In a major outreach effort, Salvia developed and taught six Sigma courses to employees of GE Transportation Systems in Erie for three years.
At the time of his retirement, he established Statistics by Design, a statistics training and consulting firm.