[1 Apr 2021 | No Comment | 209 views]
MSAM 2021 Lineup Includes Science Fair, Surprises

Beginning in 2017, Mathematics Awareness Month became Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month to recognize the unique and important contributions from the statistics discipline, but the goal remains to increase public understanding of and appreciation for mathematics and statistics.

Read the full story »

Additional Features »

[1 Apr 2021 | No Comment | 230 views]

As invited session panelists for the 2020 International Chinese Statistical Association Applied Statistics Symposium, eight statisticians and data scientists were asked to share their thoughts and advice on leadership.

Additional Features »

[1 Apr 2021 | No Comment | 98 views]

Each year, the ASA recognizes all members reaching a milestone of 35, 40, 45, or 50 years of membership.

Additional Features »

[1 Apr 2021 | One Comment | 146 views]

In honor of April being both National Poetry Month and Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month, The University of Texas at El Paso Professor Larry Lesser wrote two haiku poems.

Additional Features »

[1 Apr 2021 | No Comment | 118 views]

The ASA’s Count on Stats collaborated with its partners to improve journalists’ understanding of federal statistical agency resources and how they can use federal data to enhance their news stories.

President's Corner »

[1 Apr 2021 | No Comment | 119 views]

Rob Santos hopes we see a spring season that blossoms with health, tolerance, and friendship.

Member News, People News »

[1 Apr 2021 | No Comment | 184 views]

The world is one step closer to an end to dengue fever and other deadly mosquito-borne diseases because of the biostatistics work of Suzanne Dufault.

Meetings »

[1 Apr 2021 | No Comment | 71 views]

The Diversity Mentoring Program features one-on-one mentoring and professional development such as engaging small group discussions and networking.

Member News, People News »

[1 Apr 2021 | 2 Comments | 197 views]

Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region is at war. Mulugeta Gebregziabher’s family is there and he hasn’t spoken to them in several months.

Member News, Obituaries, People News »

[1 Apr 2021 | No Comment | 93 views]

ASA members Jim Harner and Allan Sampson passed away recently.

Government Statistics, Member News, Section News »

[1 Apr 2021 | No Comment | 65 views]

Eleven mentor/mentee pairs were matched through the Government Statistics Section mentoring program. The mentoring committee is working with participants to produce a roundtable event to cycle the program in sync with the 2021–2022 academic year.

Science Policy »

[1 Apr 2021 | No Comment | 125 views]

A one- to two-year position, the fellow will be based at the ASA headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia; however, they will spend much of their time in Washington, DC, advocating for statistics and experiencing first-hand how federal science policy is formed.

A Statistician's Life »

[1 Apr 2021 | No Comment | 118 views]

Jean Gibbons reflects on her early experiences as a female, and a statistician, in a predominantly male profession in the 1960s and ’70s.

Columns, Stats4Good »

[1 Apr 2021 | No Comment | 75 views]

In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, this month’s Stats4Good column focuses on environmental analytics, highlights some of the many ways people are making an impact, and provides information about opportunities to get involved.

Award Deadlines and Information, Member News »

[1 Nov 2020 | No Comment | 610 views]

The ASA’s extensive awards program recognizes statisticians who have made outstanding contributions through research, teaching, consulting, and service to the association and statistical profession.