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[1 May 2024 | No Comment | ]

ASA President Madhumita (Bonnie) Ghosh-Dastidar writes that ASA members are uniquely positioned to drive positive change within the organization, bringing together the areas in which they work and the communities they serve.

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[1 Jul 2020 | Comments Off on Sections and Interest Groups: A Career Development Perspective | ]
Sections and Interest Groups: A Career Development Perspective

The ASA is a large and diverse organization, bringing together statisticians working in many areas. Each area may make use of different methodologies and applications, so it is a good idea for all statisticians to join a section or interest group (IG) to develop professional skills in the areas of their interest.

Additional Features, Special Interest Group »

[1 Jul 2020 | Comments Off on New ASA Interest Group: Text Analysis | ]

The ASA’s big tent grew bigger recently with the addition of the Text Analysis Interest Group (TAIG). The group was petitioned in the fall of 2018 and formally approved by the Council of Sections Executive Committee in March 2019.

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[2 Jan 2019 | Comments Off on To Join or Not to Join A(nother) Section or Interest Group? | ]
To Join or Not to Join A(nother) Section or Interest Group?

Should you join a section or interest group? Data from the Council of Sections’ annual report might help you decide.

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[1 Nov 2016 | Comments Off on ASA Interest Groups: Interested? | ]
ASA Interest Groups: Interested?

An ASA interest group is a community interested in a particular statistical theory, methodology, or application that is sufficiently broad to represent active professional interests within the scope of the association.