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Amy Farris, ASA Director of Membership Development and Marketing 

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The fifth annual ASA Conference on Statistical Practice will be held in San Diego, California, February 18–20, 2016. Once again, CSP will provide opportunities for attendees to learn new statistical methodologies and best practices in statistical analysis, design, consulting, and statistical programming.

The steering committee has organized an innovative and engaging program, including concurrent sessions, courses, tutorials, posters, and practical computing demonstrations. The conference will also host exhibits.

The intimate and personal format of CSP provides a unique opportunity to strengthen your relationships within this unique community while enhancing your career.

Keynote Address

The keynote address, “Communicating the Value of Statistics” will be delivered by ASA President-elect Jessica Utts.

Mentoring Program

Participate as either a mentor or mentee. Register for the conference and the ASA will automatically send you information about how to participate in the mentorship program. There is no cost to participate, but mentees are selected via an application process and participation is limited.

Career Service

CSP also provides an online career service system to connect employers and applicants so they can pursue informal meetings and interviews. All registered CSP attendees will be able to post their résumés at no charge. Applicants can access current job openings and contact employers in advance of the conference.

Early registration for the conference is open through January 5, 2016. Visit the CSP website for details and deadlines. Our goal is to maintain the intimate and personal feel of the conference, so register before the conference and courses are filled. For conference updates, follow @AmstatNews on Twitter and use #CSP2016.

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