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A Statistician's Life, Celebrating Black History Month, Cover Story »

[1 Feb 2024 | 2 Comments | ]
Black History Month 2024

In celebration of Black History Month, we recognize eight individuals from the Black/African American collective who have made contributions to the statistics field as mentors, professors, and entrepreneurs.

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[1 Aug 2021 | One Comment | ]
Loni Tabb Gives Insight on Winning First Annie T. Randall Award

The Annie T. Randall Innovator Award was established to recognize early-career statistical innovators across all job sectors and honor path-breaking Black female statistician Annie T. Randall for her pioneering career in government amid pervasive racial discrimination. Established in 2020 by the Biometrics Section, the award provides a $2,000 prize each year and is co-sponsored by the Mental Health Statistics Section. The inaugural awardee is Loni Tabb, an associate professor at Drexel University.

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[1 Jul 2021 | Comments Off on Biometrics, Mental Health Statistics Sections Announce Randall Award Winner | ]

Loni Philip Tabb is recognized for her outstanding contributions to statistical methods and dedication to building a diverse health workforce.