Mr. Boursaw joined the University of New Mexico College of Nursing in 2012 as an Instructor, with prior experience working at UNM’s RWJF Center for Health Policy as a staff statistician. He has expanded his research interests from a purely academic focus on geometric group theory to encompass the fascinating quantitative phenomena that arise at the intersection of statistical methodology and lived experience. He has also served as a statistical mentor with select doctoral students of color in the social sciences and graduate students in the College of Nursing.
Mr. Boursaw received a BS in Math from Michigan Technological University and a MS in Math from University of Minnesota. He is currently pursuing a PhD in mathematics from University of Minnesota.