Welcome to the Risk Analysis Teaching and Learning Home Page!

A website dedicated to supporting risk analysis educators and students.

About the RATL Site

Your feedback and submissions are appreciated!

Risk Problems

This page contains a number of unsolved problems. Some are based on material in Should We Risk It?, while others are stand-alone

NEW: Academic Risk Programs!

Register Your Progam with the Society for Risk Analysis Education Committee!

Fill out the form

and email it to david.hassenzahl@ccmail.nevada.edu


This page contains a variety of PowerPoint lectures, as well as lecture notes and outlines

About Should We Risk It

This page contains updates, ordering information, book reviews and author information. Includes minor errata found so far in the paperback edition,as well as information about the Japanese Language Edition.

This page contains syllabi that are used for risk courses


Support Material

This page contains such things as handouts for bootstrapping and statistical methods, and so on



Introduction to Risk Analysis Teaching and Learning

This page outlines an underlying (or overarching) philosophy for risk analysis education, goals for risk analysis courses, and a list of useful topics and methods

Risk Education Links

This page contains links to some useful risk analysis material available on-line

Reading and Book List

This page contains suggested readings for various risk analysis topic, as well as short book reviews. To have your book added, please send a copy to the address below.

Monte Carlo materials

Lecture, problem sets, and other Monte Carlo analysis materials and links.


Submission Guidelines

This page contains guidelines and information for submitting lectures, problems, and so on

Copyright information: All materials on the RATL website are available free for use by individuals learning on their own, and for use in courses that are part of the standard catalog at accredited degree-granting institutions. I retain the rights for all materials that I have created. For all other uses, including but not limited to professional workshops and for-profit seminars, including those sponsored by accredited institutions but done outside the normal curriculum, please contact me or the contact individual listed on the materials you wish to use. In all cases, please include the attribution in your presentation.

David M. Hassenzahl, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies
Department of Environmental Studies
Greenspun College of Urban Affairs
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Box 454030
4505 Maryland Parkway
Las Vegas, NV 89154-4030
(702) 895-4457 phone (702) 895-4436 fax

Updated January 30, 2006 dmh