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Davidian to Give Keynote at Women’s Symposium

1 April 2011 No Comment
Kim Weems, North Carolina State University


    Marie Davidian, William Neal Reynolds Professor of Statistics and director of the Center for Quantitative Sciences in Biomedicine at North Carolina State University, will deliver the keynote address at the North Carolina Symposium for Women in Mathematics and Statistics, to be held at NC State on April 16. Her talk will focus on a variety of applications that require combining mathematical and statistical modeling.

    In addition to the keynote, there will be 20-minute contributed talks and small group discussions. Graduate students are especially encouraged to present their work, and expository talks describing a problem of interest also are welcome.

    The goals of the symposium are to build a network of female mathematicians and statisticians in North Carolina to foster mentoring and collaborative relationships and to provide an opportunity for graduate students to present their research in a relaxed, friendly, and supportive environment.

    The symposium is being organized by the North Carolina Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education (EDGE) Mentoring Network in collaboration with NC State. For more information, contact Kim Weems at kim_weems@ncsu.edu.

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