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[1 Apr 2023 | Comments Off on People News for April 2023 | ]

Read about some of the noteworthy achievements of ASA members in this month’s People News.

A Statistician's Life, Celebrating Women in Statistics »

[1 Mar 2023 | 2 Comments | ]

Rosemary Bailey grew up in the countryside northwest of London. In primary school, her classmates mocked her for being good at arithmetic, but her parents told her she should decide for herself who she wanted to be and ignore such comments. She did and earned both her first and second degrees in mathematics from Oxford University. She was president of the British Region of the International Biometric Society from 2000–2002 and is a fellow of the Royal Statistical Society and mathematics and statistics professor at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland.

Committee of Presidents of Statistical Societies, Member News, People News »

[1 Nov 2022 | Comments Off on COPSS Honors 11 at JSM 2022 | ]

These awards are jointly sponsored by COPSS founding partner members: the American Statistical Association; Institute of Mathematical Statistics; Eastern and Western regions of the International Biometric Society; and Statistical Society of Canada.

Award Deadlines and Information, Member News »

[1 Dec 2020 | Comments Off on Gertrude M. Cox Award Nominations Sought | ]

Nominate an early- to mid-career statistician for the Gertrude Cox Award by February 28.

Additional Features, Journal of Agricultural Biological and Environmental Statistics »

[1 Dec 2020 | Comments Off on Nominations Sought for JABES Editor | ]

The Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics publishes articles aimed at applied researchers and statistical consultants in the agricultural sciences, biological sciences, and environmental sciences.

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[2 May 2016 | One Comment | ]

Leading statistical groups create prestigious platform to recognize far-reaching contributions—The International Prize in Statistics.