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Mary Gray discusses legal options you have if you ever think decisions made for you are the result of discrimination.

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Fritz Scheuren talks about his goals for the Deming Lecture, which he will give at this year’s JSM, and reflects on his personal relationship with Deming.

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Registration is open for the Data Institute San Francisco Conference (DSCO17), to take place October 15–17 in cooperation with the ASA.

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David Salsburg answers a few questions about his new book and what inspired him to write it.

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The annual Thomas R. Ten Have Symposium on Statistics in Mental Health took place May 12 at New York University.

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ASA Committee on Career Development (CCD) will sponsor a professional development panel, titled “Statistical Soft Skills: They’re Essential,” at JSM in Baltimore

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Career Satisfaction: A First Look

The ASA Committee on Career Development submitted a proposal to the ASA to do a career satisfaction survey. Here are the results.

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ASA President Barry Nussbaum convened the first ASA Board meeting of 2017 at the ASA offices in Alexandria, Virginia. Take a look at the highlights of the meeting.

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More universities are starting master’s programs in data science and analytics, of which statistics is foundational, due to the wide interest from students and employers. Amstat News reached out to those in the statistical community who are involved in such programs.

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The ASA’s public education campaign, ThisIsStatistics, continues to implement unique strategies and expand its creative educational portfolio to attract growing audiences both inside and outside the academic environment.