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Janet A. McLeavey
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Mathematics Department
Satterlee Hall 154
15 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320
(860) 444‐8391
Janet A. McLeavey
Department of Mathematics
U.S. Coast Guard Academy

Janet McLeavey, who is currently a full professor, taught at USCGA from 1974-79 before returning in 1989. She was a visting professor at the University of Rhode Island from 1979-80 and 1987-89 and was also an Assistant Professor at Emmanuel College from 1973-74.  

  • Ph.D., Mathematics, Indiana University
  • Graduate work in Statistics and Operations Research, University of Rhode Island
  • B.A., Mathematics, St. Joseph’s College
  • National Science Foundation Summer Research Program, Harvard University

Courses Taught:
  • Operations Analysis
  • Simulation with Risk Analysis
  • Probability Theory
  • Probabilistic Modeling
  • Multivariable Calculus

Research Adviser for Senior Cadet Projects:
  • “USCG Industrial Program Simulation Project”, 2007
  • “USCGC Hollyhock: Simulated Buoy Run”, 2006
  • “Response Boat Mix Allocation for San Francisco Bay”, 2003
  • “U.S. Coast Guard HH-65 Transition Course Student Output”, 2003
  • “Indicators of an Individual’s Propensity to Select a Technical Major”, 2002
  • “Analysis of Skills Based Assignments For the Enlisted Work Force”, 2002
  • “Analysis of Discrepant Aids to Navigation in the Coast Guard”, 2002
  • “Marine Safety Center Workload Analysis”, 2002
  • “The Influence of Environmental Factors on Cuban Migration”, 2001
  • “Analysis of the Coast Guard’s Drug Interdiction Mission”, 2001
  • “Selective Reenlistment Bonus Analysis”, 2001
  • “The General Detail: An Analysis of the Enlisted Support Allowance”, 2001
  • “Forecasting Ideal Year Groups”, 2000
  • “Ready for Issue Inventory Analysis”, 2000
  • “Recruit Training Center Scheduling Tool”, 2000
  • “Predicting the Effect of Prevention Activities on SAR Demand”, 2000
  • “Seasonality in the Transfer Cycle of the Enlisted Workforce”, 2000
  • “Optimization of External Bulk Material Heavy Weather Storage Plan at the Aircraft, Supply and Repair Center (ARSC)”, 1999
  • “Predictive Statistical Models for Law Enforcement Program Management and Budgeting”, 1999
  • “Aid Mix User Requirements”, 1999
  • “Search and Rescue Performance Analysis”, 1999

  • U S Coast Guard Alumni Association’s Distinguished Faculty Award, 2000
  • U.S. Coast Guard Commander’s Award for Civilian Service for Outstanding Achievement from May 1998 to August 2002

Professional Memberships:
  • Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)