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ASA Leaders Reminisce Sally C. Morton

In the 20th installment of the Amstat News series of interviews with ASA presidents and executive directors, we feature a discussion with 2009 ASA President Sally Morton.

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ASA and Census … A Long and Productive Relationship

Members of the ASA have had a long and collaborative history with the United States Census—including dealing with controversy and Congress.

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The University of Chicago, New York University, and University of Maryland are launching a short-term, five-session program targeted at government agency staff and policy evaluators and researchers.

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Academia Journal of Scientific Research publishes articles in fields such as engineering, mathematics, and statistics.

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Helen M. Walker contributed to the field of statistics through her work in education, and educational research. She was a longtime faculty member at Columbia University Teachers College and a member of numerous professional organizations. In the 1940s, a time when hardly any women held prominent academic positions, she was a unique pioneer in gaining professional visibility for women. Elected the first woman President of the American Statistical Association in 1944, she also served as President of the American Educational Research Association from 1949 to 1950.
Dr. Walker was born December …