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[1 Nov 2021 | Comments Off on There are Mentors, and Then There Are Guardian Angels | ]

ASA President Rob Santos says, “… building community is critical for us, both in our statistical community and in society more generally. Yes, we can be mentors, but we can and should also be guardian angels.”

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[1 Nov 2021 | Comments Off on Career Development Committee Hosts Free Professional Networking Event | ]

The ASA’s Committee on Career Development hosted a free professional development event, “Promoting Your Networking Potential: A Virtual Networking Session,” August 5. The event featured statisticians and data scientists from academia, principal federal statistical agencies, and the private sector providing expert perspectives on how to build professional relationships and a network.

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[1 Mar 2020 | Comments Off on Employment Opportunities, Advice the Focus of NISS Career Fair Series | ]

Looking for advice about best advancing a statistics career? Over the past several months, the National Institute of Statistical Sciences has been giving such advice.

Columns, Master's Notebook »

[1 Aug 2016 | One Comment | ]

Nestor Rohowsky reflects on the lessons of his 34 years in statistics and the key decisions that shaped his career.

Chapter News, Member News, Pittsburgh »

[1 Dec 2011 | Comments Off on President-elect Bob Rodriguez Visits Pittsburgh Chapter | ]

Bob Rodriguez, the ASA president-elect and a senior director of R&D at SAS Institute, visited the department of biostatistics at the University of Pittsburgh on September 29, 2011. As an invited speaker in the Biostatistical Seminar Series, Rodriguez gave a presentation titled “Business Analytics: Buzzword or Bonanza for the Statistics Profession?” to an audience of about 100 local statisticians and students.