I am a Senior Survey Statistician at Abt SRBI, a survey research company, and an Adjunct Professor at Department of Statistics, University of Missouri, Columbia. My CV and my academic genealogy tree.
Email me: kolenikovs at missouri dot edu.

Structural equation modeling: asymptotic theory, misspecified models, estimation and testing.
Survey statistics: designbased inference, resampling methods
Econometrics
Economics: income distribution
Statistical programming: Stata software

This is the book that I edited, jointly with Doug Steinley and Lori Thombs. It is based on the invited talks at 2006 Winemiller symposium. It was published by Wiley in February 2010. 

My Stata tutorials from Duke University website.
Bootstrap for complex surveysContinuing education short course given at the Joint Statistical Meetings, Washington, DC, 2009.Stat 3500: Intorduction to Probability and Statistics IISemiofficial web pageStat 4310/7310: SamplingUnder development, please come back later.Stat 4710/7710: Introduction to Probability TheoryThis is a nonproof calculusbased course for engineering majors. The website starts here: basic description, syllabus, success tips, student testimonials.Stat 9370: Multivariate AnalysisThe course is roughly based on a combination of MardiaKentBibby + Rencher books, plus small bits of Anderson, plus structural equation models, plus various papers.Please proceed to the Blackboard to access the course materials. Stat 9100.3: Analysis of Complex Survey DataThe course is based on a mix of Thompson (1997), Chaudhuri & Stenger (2005), Chambers & Skinner (2003), Korn & Graubard (1999), and selected papers. See syllabus for more information. Draft of the syllabus Lecture notesStudent lettersOften times the faculty receives a request for a recommendation letter from their students. Other times, you chat with a student about what's going on, and they say, "Stas, why don't I write you a letter to support you?". That's been awfully nice!

Readings for the Winter 2007 semester: PDF
February 5, 2007: Misspecified models (by Stas Kolenikov) 
My personal webpage.
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Department of Statistics  Winemiller 2006 conference on statistics in social sciences 