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[1 May 2024 | No Comment | ]

This month, David Corliss discusses the ways statisticians and data scientists can support refugees and other displaced persons.

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[2 Jan 2024 | No Comment | ]

The ASA Board of Directors released a statement regarding the rejection of introductory probability and statistics textbooks after the ASA Committee on Scientific Freedom and Human Rights brought to its attention that the Florida Department of Education had four probability and statistics books on its “K–12 Mathematics Instructional Materials Not Recommended List” for 2021–2022.

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[1 May 2023 | Comments Off on ASA Committee Defends Statistics, Statisticians Around the World | ]

Data for Good makes the world a safer place through statistical science, and the Committee on Scientific Freedom and Human Rights makes the world a safer place for statisticians engaged in this work.

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[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.

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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.