Robert Mee

Robert Mee

Department: Business Analytics & Statistics

Title: William and Sara Clark Professor in Business and Haslam Family Faculty Research Fellow

Applied Statistics, Customer Analytics, Design and Analysis of Experiments

1981 Iowa State University, Ph.D., Statistics

1979 Iowa State University, M.S., Statistics

1977 Georgia Tech, B.S., Management Science

244 Stokely Management Center

Robert Mee is the William and Sara Clark Professor of Business Analytics in the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee. He teaches statistics classes for undergraduates in the Global Leadership Scholars (GLS) program, for the MSBA program and for the PhD in analytics. He has taught a popular FYS 129 course titled “The Question of God” for 16 years.

Mee received his bachelor’s In management science from Georgia Institute of Technology and his master’s and doctorate in statistics from Iowa State University.  He is an elected fellow of the American Statistical Association and has authored more than 60 refereed journal articles.  He served on Technometrics’ management committee for 12 years and as an associate editor for seven years.  Currently he serves on the Journal of Quality Technology’s editorial board.

Mee’s research interests include design and analysis of experiments, conjoint analysis, and customer analytics.  He is the author of A Comprehensive Guide to Factorial Two-Level Experimentation.

In the Media


Lloyd Nelson award for best article for practitioners in Journal of Quality Technology for 2004.

American Statistical Association Fellow, Elected 2002.