About the Contributors

John B. Archer has an M.S. in statistics from Brigham Young University. He works as a statistician for Redcon, Inc., based in Bountiful, Utah.

 

Larry G. Childs has an M.A. in German from Brigham Young University with a graduate minor in linguistics. He is currently international projects manager at Novell, Inc.

 

Allen B. Christenson is a doctoral student in pre-Columbian art history at University of Texas at Austin.

 

John Gee is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Egyptology at Yale University.

 

John L. Hilton, who has earned a B.A. in physics and mathematics and done graduate work in New Mexico and California, is an adjunct professor for the Department of Statistics at Brigham Young University.

 

G. Bruce Schaalje, who earned a Ph.D. in statistics, is associate professor in the Department of Statistics at Brigham Young University.

 

Brian D. Stubbs has an M.A. in linguistics and is an instructor at the College of Eastern Utah&151;San Juan Campus.

 

John A. Tvedtnes, who earned an M.A. in linguistics and an M.A. in Middle East studies (Hebrew), is senior project manager with the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies.