Tracking down data on the statistics (including biostatistics) discipline, Keith Crank noticed some of these data come from the ASA’s surveys, some from joint surveys with the American Mathematical Society, and some from government agencies.
A group of 44 scholars traveled from 11 countries to meet in Potomac, Maryland, to share knowledge about the status of women worldwide in chemistry, computer science, and mathematics. The meeting was convened by the Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology.
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