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Bob Mason

In this third installment of the series of interviews with ASA presidents and executive directors, we feature a discussion with 2003 ASA President Robert L. Mason.

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ASA Board of Directors Candidates

The ASA announces the selection of candidates for the 2015 election. The winning candidates’ terms will begin in 2016. Make sure to look for your ballots in your email inbox and vote early.

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NSF Funds Research in Statistics Education

To help highlight the high-quality research in statistics education being funded by the National Science Foundation, the ASA asked three principal investigators for summaries of their NSF-funded research.

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Meet Alison Smith, the ASA’s marketing and online community coordinator.

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Significance magazine has opened its 10-year archives for access by the public. The magazine’s volumes 1 through 10 are available to read, free of charge.

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To facilitate engagement and encourage the transfer of valuable experience between Washington Statistical Society (WSS) members, the WSS is starting a mentoring program and looking for mentors and mentees.

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Ingram Olkin, Mike Free, Stu Hunter, and Marvin Kastenbaum recall contacts with Gertrude Cox.

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The American Statistical Association invites nominations and applications for the positions of editor of Statistics and Public Policy and book reviewers of Technometrics.

Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports Highlights »

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The March 2015 special issue of the Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports (JQAS) consists of five articles on prediction models and methods for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

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The 22nd meeting of the Biopharmaceutical Applied Statistics Symposium (BASS XXII) will be at the Crowne Plaza Washington DC-Rockville.