Dr. Kim received his PhD in Applied Statistics and Research Methods at University of Northern Colorado. His research interests include statistics education, statistical process control, and statistical methods. His works have been published in Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation, Journal of Modern Applied Statistics Methods, Interstat: Statistics on the internet, Journal of Nursing Education, Pan-Asian Journal of Sport & Physical Education. Dr. Kim teaches graduate level statistics courses for both master's and PhD students, and provides statistical supports for Mennonite College of Nursing faculty and students. Presently, Dr. Kim is assistant professor and college statistician for Mennonite College of Nursing. Dr. Mallory received her PhD in Nursing Science at Indiana University in Indianapolis, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the School of Nursing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research on prevention of HIV/AIDS among women has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and Illinois Department of Public Health and published in Health Care for Women International, Qualitative Health Research, The Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, Applied Nursing Research, Research in Nursing & Health, and Journal of Advanced Nursing. Dr. Mallory teaches across nursing undergraduate and graduate curricula, including the PhD program. Presently, Dr. Mallory is professor, graduate program coordinator and Associate Dean for Research at Mennonite College of Nursing.