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Award Deadlines and Information »

[1 Mar 2024 | No Comment | ]

The award is given by the ASA to a person or team that does the most to enhance the teaching and learning of causal inference in statistics.

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[1 Dec 2023 | No Comment | ]
Abstract Submission Underway for JSM 2024

The program committee put together 166 invited sessions, including paper and panel sessions. In the event your proposal is not selected for an invited or topic-contributed session, there are still ways to get involved in the 2024 JSM program.

Additional Features, Journal of Statistics and Data Science Education Highlights »

[1 Apr 2023 | Comments Off on April Issue Focuses on Causal Inference, Computing, Technology | ]

The April issue of the Journal of Statistics and Data Science Education is freely available online. The issue includes an editorial, plus 10 articles on a variety of topics and projects.

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[1 Dec 2022 | Comments Off on Successful JSM 2023 Program Requires You | ]
Successful JSM 2023 Program Requires You

JSM 2023 Program Committee members put together more than 200 invited sessions on a broad range of topics in statistics and data science. Now, it’s time to fill out the rest of the program with your help.

Member News, People News »

[1 Aug 2022 | Comments Off on First Rousseeuw Prize Awarded for Work on Causal Inference | ]

The King Baudouin Foundation has awarded the prize, worth $1 million, to James Robins, Miguel Hernán, Thomas Richardson, Andrea Rotnitzky, and Eric Tchetgen for their pioneering work on causal inference with applications in medicine and public health.

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[1 Jun 2022 | Comments Off on Michael Hudgens and Rajan Patel Honored | ]

Michael Hudgens was honored as the winner of the 2019 Kutner Alumni Award and Rajan Patel was honored as the winner of the 2021 Kutner Alumni Award.

Additional Features »

[1 Oct 2021 | Comments Off on University of Michigan Graduate Joins ASA Staff as Science Policy Fellow | ]

Edward Wu started as the ASA science policy fellow in September, becoming the fourth person to hold the position.

Additional Features, The American Statistician Highlights »

[1 Aug 2021 | Comments Off on August Potpourri: Agent-Based Models, Tournaments, Statistical Ethics | ]

The August 2021 issue of The American Statistician is available online and features 13 articles across different sections of the journal. One of the benefits of ASA membership is free access to online issues of TAS.

A Statistician's Life, Celebrating Women in Statistics »

[1 Mar 2021 | Comments Off on Elizabeth (Betsy) Ogburn | ]

At a young age, Elizabeth Ogburn’s plan was to stay in school forever. In college, she studied philosophy and math and tried everything from epidemiology to data analysis, but nothing stuck. She wasn’t sure what she wanted to do until she attended a talk about causal inference and knew that was the perfect fit. Now, as a Johns Hopkins faculty member, she loves being part of the broader causal inference community, with its connections to social science, computer science, theoretical and applied statistics, and, of course, public health.

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[1 Feb 2019 | Comments Off on Editors of Online Journal Statistics and Public Policy Seek Papers | ]
Editors of Online Journal <em>Statistics and Public Policy</em> Seek Papers

The ASA journal Statistics and Public Policy publishes peer-reviewed articles describing research on outstanding, complex public policy issues.