Health Policy Statistics, Section News »
With 246 registrants from 8 different countries and dozens of exciting workshops, sessions, and speakers, the 11th International Conference on Health Policy Statistics (ICHPS) in October 2015 was a great success.
Biometrics, Member News, Section News »
The Biometrics Section invites you to consider volunteering to chair a session at JSM 2016. Aldo, applications are being accepted for funding to support career-development efforts for assistant professors or associate/full professors interested in moving into a new research area.
Government Statistics, Member News, Section News »
Looking for data? Data.gov is a one-stop resource for the U.S. government’s open data—federal, state, and local government and university-collected data on topics ranging from agriculture to energy to public safety.
The Committee on Excellence in Statistical Reporting Award is accepting nominations for its 2016 award.
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News and information about members of the ASA highlighted in the February issue. For a complete listing of news and information about the members of the ASA, click here.
The Statistics Division of the American Society for Quality is offering $7,500 scholarships to support students enrolled in or accepted into a master’s degree or higher program with a concentration in applied statistics and/or quality management.
The ASA Quality and Productivity Section announces the 2016 Mary G. and Joseph Natrella Scholarship, which supports student participation in the Quality and Productivity Research Conference.
The SPES Marquardt Memorial Speakers Program facilitates visits of experienced applied statisticians to interested colleges and universities to give seminars and meet with students and professors. Read on to find out how you can become involved.
John Bartko has provided a scholarship so students and early-career statisticians will be able to actively participate in the professional community.