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In this invited session organized by the Caucus for Women in Statistics, speakers will talk about important statistical ideas and pivotal roles that statistics and statisticians have played in scientific discovery and social progress, as well as emerging challenges to statistics.

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Women in Statistics and Data Science: A Conference to Empower

This year’s WSDS featured speakers are Cynthia Clark, Stacy Lindborg, Wendy Martinez, and Bin Yu. Here, they reflect on their long careers, share advice for the future, and discuss the topic they plan to talk about at WSDS.

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Become a Women in Statistics and Data Science sponsor and show your support of women in the statistics and data science communities.

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Chicago native Mary Jeanne Kwasny walks you through the many activities within a few hours’ drive of the city.

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Chicago in an Afternoon (or Evening)

JSM is in Chicago this year, and there is tons to do! Here are a few ideas for shorter trips/outings in and around the city for you and your family or friends either before JSM, after the sessions, or when you just want to take a break to let some really good ideas sink in.

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Learn about the Professional Development Program at JSM 2016, which boasts 30 continuing education courses, 12 computer technology workshops, and four personal skills development offerings.

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The ASA/NCTM Joint Committee will sponsor a Beyond AP Statistics (BAPS) workshop for experienced teachers at the annual Joint Statistical Meetings in Chicago.

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Christopher Bilder walks you through how to get the most out your first Joint Statistical Meetings.

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6000+ Statisticians Expected in Chicago

With more than 3,400 individual presentations arranged into approximately 181 invited sessions, 400 contributed sessions, and 500 poster and speed presentations, the 2016 Joint Statistical Meetings will be one of the largest statistical events in the world.

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The JSM Diversity Workshop and Mentoring Program brings minority statisticians together with senior mentors, and being a docent is a great way to help first-time JSM attendees!