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George Recck

Lecturer

Director, Math Resource Center
Academic Division: Math & Science
781-239-4370

Bio

Mr. Recck has taught at Babson College since 1984. Prior to that, Mr. Recck worked his way toward his undergraduate degree from Babson as a Systems Manager in Babson's Computer Center. He continued his education at Babson rising to Operation Manager while earning his MBA degree. After receiving his MBA from Babson in 1984, Mr. Recck was promoted to Director of Academic Computer Services and began his teaching career shortly thereafter. Mr. Recck has authored a solution manual to accompany a calculus text. In addition, Mr. Recck is also the founder of Total Information, Inc., an information consulting firm specializing in providing service to small businesses.

Academic Degrees

  • MBA, Babson College
  • BS, Babson College

Academic Interests

Information Technology in Education; Use of Technology in the Classroom; Math Education

Awards & Honors

  • 2015 - Faculty of the Year, Babson Student Government Association

Courses

Degree Courses 2015-2016
  • QTM 1000: QM FOR BUSINESS ANALYTICS I
  • QTM 1010: QM FOR BUSINESS ANALYTICS II
  • QTM 7200: DATA MODELS AND DECISIONS

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Rybolt, W.H., Recck, G.R. (2012). Conceptual vs. Computational Formulae in Calculus and Statistics Courses . International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, The, 8(2), 1-6.
  • Allen, I., Kirill , K., Recck, G.R. (2007). Drafting the Perfect Fantasy Baseball Team. Quality Progress(April)

Others

  • Recck, G.R. (2015). Boston's Best High Schools Issue
  • Recck, G.R. (2014). Boston's Best High Schools Issue
  • Recck, G.R. (2013). Boston's Best High Schools Issue
  • Recck, G.R. (2012). Boston's Best High Schools Issue
  • Recck, G.R. (2012). Philly's Best High School's Issue
  • Recck, G.R. (2011). Best Schools Issue
  • Recck, G.R. (2010). Best Schools Issue
  • Recck, G.R. (2009). Best Schools Issue
  • Recck, G.R. (2009). Best Schools Issue

Presentations

  • Motivating Students to Read the Text Using Daily Quizzes
    Recck, G., Rybolt, W. Motivating Students to Read the Text Using Daily Quizzes Joint Statistical Meetings , Seattle, Washington (2015)
  • Teaching Introductory Statistics Using in-Class Activities
    Rybolt, W., Recck, G. Teaching Introductory Statistics Using in-Class Activities Joint Statistical Meetings, Seattle, Washington (2015)
  • The Future of Sports in Statistics
    Recck, G. The Future of Sports in Statistics Boston Chapter of American Statistical Association, Boston, MA (2014)
  • Lessons Learned from Ten Years of Dynamic On-Line Quizzes: Recommendations for the Future
    Recck, G., Rybolt, W. Lessons Learned from Ten Years of Dynamic On-Line Quizzes: Recommendations for the Future Maple TA User Summit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2014)
  • Information Bias in Surveys: The Impact of Information on Biasing Survey Responses
    Recck, G., Rybolt, W. Information Bias in Surveys: The Impact of Information on Biasing Survey Responses 2014 Joint Statistical Meetings, Boston, MA (2014)
  • Attention to Details: Does it Facilitate or Impede Learning
    Rybolt, W., Recck, G. Attention to Details: Does it Facilitate or Impede Learning ICOTS9: 9th International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Flagstaff, AZ (2014)
  • The Transition from a Lecture Based to an Activity Based Classroom: Lessons Learned and Recommendations
    Rybolt, W., Recck, G., Karst, N. The Transition from a Lecture Based to an Activity Based Classroom: Lessons Learned and Recommendations 26th International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, San Antonio, TX (2014)
  • Analytics for Fantasy Basketball
    Recck, G. Analytics for Fantasy Basketball Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM), Montreal, Canada (2013)