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Member News, My ASA Story »

[2 Jan 2024 | No Comment | ]

Ingrid Van Keilegom’s ASA story began exactly 25 years ago. Read about the role the association has played in her life since then.

Additional Features »

[1 Nov 2022 | Comments Off on Webinar Series Builds Momentum | ]

A new initiative by the ASA’s Committee on International Relations in Statistics and Statistics Without Borders has been uniting statisticians from around the world with a common interest in learning about popular and emerging statistics topics.

Featured, JEDI Corner »

[1 Aug 2022 | Comments Off on JEDI Corner: So Much to Do, So Little Time | ]
JEDI Corner: So Much to Do, So Little Time

There is something for everyone in the JEDI-sponsored program at JSM this year.

Additional Features »

[1 Jul 2022 | Comments Off on First CIRS/SWB Webinar Draws Large International Crowd | ]

The Committee on International Relations in Statistics partnered with Statistics Without Borders to launch a webinar series that introduces statistical topics of broad interest to an international audience.

Columns, Stats4Good »

[2 May 2022 | Comments Off on Stats4Good: ASA Partnerships Promote Data for Good | ]

The ASA collaborates with a variety of scientific organizations to promote shared work, create scientific and educational resources, establish funding for scientific research, and advocate for data-driven policy.

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[1 May 2021 | Comments Off on Birth of an ASA Outreach Group: The Origins of JEDI | ]
Birth of an ASA Outreach Group: The Origins of JEDI

The Justice, Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Outreach Group (JEDI) aims to make the statistical profession more inclusive for all members.

Departments, Education »

[1 Oct 2018 | Comments Off on Educational Ambassadors Hail from Pakistan, Thailand | ]

Saleha Habibullah of the Kinnaird College for Women in Lahore, Pakistan, and Seksan Kiatsupaibul of Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand, attended the Joint Statistical Meetings in Vancouver, BC, as the ASA’s 2018 educational ambassadors.