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Four members of the Twin Cities Chapter recently represented the statistics profession at a career exploration fair for local high-school students. More than 100 students from area schools attended the inaugural event.
The Orange County/Long Beach, San Diego, and Southern California chapters—three chapters in which the late Bob Newcomb played vital roles—sponsored a statistical tribute to him November 15, 2014, at the City of Hope Medical Center in Duarte, California.
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The Boston Chapter held a symposium and banquet this past December to celebrate the ASA’s 175th anniversary. The event, with the theme “Future of Statistics,” was held at Simmons College, only a few miles from the original ASA meeting place on 15 Cornhill.
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The Southern California and Orange County/Long Beach chapters participated in the 2014 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair May 12–16 in Los Angeles.
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The 12th Annual Connecticut Chapter Mini-Conference, “Statistics in Evidence Synthesis—Personalized Medicine and Comparative Effectiveness Research,” will be held March 26 on the Boehringer-Ingelheim campus in Ridgefield, Connecticut.
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The New Jersey Chapter of the ASA and Bayer Pharmaceuticals co-sponsored a benefit/risk workshop at Bayer in November 2013.
The San Antonio Chapter is accepting nominations for the 2014 Don Owen Award.
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The objective of the ASA Ann Arbor Chapter is to promote the science of statistics, provide statisticians and statistics practitioners the opportunity to network with likeminded individuals, and stimulate membership in the ASA. Read on to find out how the chapter accomplished the latter this past year.
In May, for the third consecutive year, volunteers were invited to give lectures at Menlo Atherton High School. Heather Watson, from Exponent, Bart Burington from Geron, and Doug Okamoto and Chris Barker, both consultants gave lectures to several classes.