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[1 May 2018 | Comments Off on Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality Moves to Cornell | ]

For nearly seven years, Stephen Fienberg was the editor-in-chief of the journal. With his passing in 2016, the open access journal needed a new home. Academics and practitioners from all domains are invited to submit their papers.

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[1 Sep 2013 | Comments Off on 2013 Rao Prize Conference | ]

The Department of Statistics at Penn State University will hold a one-day conference on Saturday, October 5, 2013 to honor Herman Chernoff, the 2013 Rao Prize winner, and Steve Fienberg, the 2013 P. R. Krishnaiah lecturer.

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[1 Feb 2013 | Comments Off on Stephen Fienberg Chosen as 22nd Pfizer Colloquium Presenter | ]

Stephen E. Fienberg, Maurice Falk University Professor of Statistics and Social Science in the Department of Statistics at Carnegie Mellon University, was chosen as the 22nd Pfizer Colloquium presenter in the Distinguished Statistician series. He presented a colloquium in honor of David Salsburg, titled “Statistics in Service to the Nation.”

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[1 Sep 2012 | Comments Off on Judith Tanur: A Woman of Many Hats | ]

Judith Tanur has had an enriching career in statistics lasting five decades. As a statistician, editor, adviser, and mentor who has made many contributions to statistics and education, she also has inspired students through her work at Stony Brook University. She is a woman of many hats.

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[1 Sep 2012 | Comments Off on Stephen Fienberg: Applying Statistics to Make a Difference | ]

Stephen Fienberg is a professor, researcher, writer, and editor. He has taken different roles throughout his decades-long statistics career, but his focus remains on developing methodologies for statisticians to use in other fields of study.