This page is always under construction.
At Loch Lomond, Scotland, July 2018
I moved the historical (hysterical?) pictures. See older pictures
(I removed the picture of Dr. Tom Blum I haven't gotten this confusion much lately; must be my rapidly greying hair)
E-Mail: redmond at lasalle dot edu
Phone: (215) 951-1096 (it is better to send me e-mail than to leave voice mail - in fact, since returning from my sabbattical I found I don't use my office phone at all. At least the new phones turn on a light if you have a message.)
Office: 131 Holroyd Building (Math Science and Technology Center)
In spring 2011 I was on sabbatical. I worked on
Redmond, M. & Line, C. (2003). Empirical Analysis of Case-based Reasoning and Other Prediction Methods in a Social Science Domain: Repeat Criminal Victimization. In Case-Based Reasoning Research and Development; Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning, Ashley, K. & Bridge, D. (eds), June 2003, Trondheim, Norway. Springer-Verlag
pretty awesome. I have also widened my research since coming to La Salle; my paper with Professors Tavana and Joglekar of the School of Business was published in 2007. For more info, see My Research Page.
BTW, She received her PhD from Georgia Tech in 1986, before I even started working on mine.
She might be retired from running due to plantar fasciitis. She did finish the Philly Half Marathon in 2011 and 2015, and Philly Rock and Roll Half Marathon in 2012, the AC April Fools Half Marathon in 2016, and the Philly Marathon in 2013. She has picked up weight lifting and she also enjoys yoga. Alas, kickboxing, which she really enjoyed, seemed to give her tennis elbow.
We were married at a church on Peachtree Street in Atlanta, in May 1990. (Oh my, 28 years!) We tell Bryan that Georgia is his ancestral homeland.
Bryan Redmond (Comcast dropped customer web pages) was born in May 1994. I can't believe he's 24! He graduated from Boston U in 2016. He majored in Economics and Human Geography, and minored in African Studies. He completed a master's degree at London School of Economics in 2018. He looked forward to voting for years, and voted in the primary when he was 18 and less than a week. He sent his first letter to the president in spring 2006 (about NCLB) (he actually wrote one in 2004 but didn't send it). He was a Campaign Fellow for Andy Kim for Congress in 2018 (who won a narrow victory).
He is quite interested in international football, most specifically the English Premier League, but also Barcelona. We don't often see signs of his previous goal anymore - to rule the world. He got back to fencing, participating in the fencing club at BU. In the summer of 2013 he spent 6 weeks in Zanzibar and learned Swahili.
If I can brag (and it's my website, so why not?) he made the NJ state Geography Bee finals in 2008, he finished 15th in NJ in Earth Science in the Science League in 2009, and he placed 1st in Burlington County in the Merck Science Day Integrated Science test in 2010. He also won 2nd place in a local photography contest a few years ago, and finished 2nd in a state creative writing contest sponsored by the NJ Association for Gifted Children in 2002.
Click here to see a photo of Bryan from 2018
Click here to see photos of Bryan from 2015
Click here to see two photos of Bryan, taken in August 2014
Click here to see three photos of Bryan in the Swiss Alps, taken in July 2012
Click here to see a photo of Bryan in Paris, taken in July 2012
Click here to see a photo of Bryan in Toronto, taken in August 2010
Click here to see a photo of Bryan in the San Francisco area, taken in August 2009
Click here to see a photo of Bryan in Stanley Park in Vancouver, taken in August 2006
Click here to see a photo of Bryan on the Sognefjord in Norway, taken in June 2003
Click here to see a photo of Bryan, taken in October 2000
Click here to see a photo of Bryan, taken in September 1998
Citizenship: United States