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The U.S. National Academy of Science William O. Baker Award for Initiatives in Research will be made in the field of statistics and machine learning this year.

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For students to appreciate why line of best fit is generally implemented by minimizing the sum of the squares of the errors, JSE Editor Michelle Everson suggested that The University of Texas at El Paso’s Lawrence Lesser write a parody of “Beat It.”

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Here is a list of certain historical events that occurred during the month of September.

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Amstat News asked three ASA members to give us a glimpse into their work day.

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Peihua Qiu, Technometrics editor, summarizes the articles appearing in the August issue.

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Members of the Caucus for Women in Statistics invites you to join them at the Joint Statistical Meetings in Boston.

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Marianne E. Messina discusses how involvement with ASA chapters yields opportunities and rewards.

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Jessi Cisewski, David Van Dyk, and Thomas C. M. Lee discuss a dynamic new subdiscipline that is rich in data, sophisticated models, and interdisciplinary activities: astrostatistics.

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Grammy-winning artist Marc Cohn’s 1991 hit, “Walking in Memphis,” gave University of Texas at El Paso’s Lawrence Lesser the vehicle to reflect on what it was like discovering statistics. Let his words move you.

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A recent report says statistical science is as healthy as it ever has been, with robust growth in student enrollment, abundant new sources of data, challenging problems to solve, and related opportunities to grasp over the next century.

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