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The ASA has received NSF funding to support Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) sites during the summer of 2017. Proposals from interested faculty are due August 15.

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Staff Spotlight: New Science Policy Fellow Amy Nussbaum

The ASA is excited to welcome Amy Nussbaum to the ASA as the inaugural science policy fellow. Read all about her!

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With last year’s hugely successful Mentoring Workshop set to return at JSM 2016, Erin Tanenbaum shares comments from workshop attendees and a table leader.

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Reproducible Research in <em>JASA</em>

JASA is leading the effort to establish publication standards that improve research quality and reproducibility.

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ASA Leaders Reminisce: Lynne Billard

In the 19th installment of the Amstat News series of interviews with ASA presidents and executive directors, we feature a discussion with 1996 ASA President Lynne Billard.

Additional Features, Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports Highlights »

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The June 2016 issue (volume 12, issue 2) of the Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports consists of four articles with applications to basketball, hockey, baseball, and car racing.

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Statistics without Borders analyzed time stamps and GPS points collected during UNICEF’s nutrition surveys and developed three tests that could be used to review the quality of interviewer-selected samples.

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Highlights from the board’s first meeting of the year, including discussion items, action items, and reported items.

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Donate your little-used statistics books and lectures to the Research Methods Library of Alexandria (RMLA) in Egypt to improve statistical literacy in developing countries.

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Meet John Phillips, Associate Commissioner of the Office of Research, Evaluation, and Statistics

Amstat News invited John Phillips—associate commissioner of the Office of Research, Evaluation, and Statistics in the Social Security Administration—to respond to questions so readers could learn more about him and the agency he leads.