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[1 Feb 2021 | Comments Off on Five Win CSP Student Awards | ]

The winners of the John J. Bartko, Lester R. Curtin, and Lingzi Lu Memorial Awards will receive financial support to attend CSP 2021.

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[1 Nov 2019 | Comments Off on 2019 Educational Ambassadors from Nepal, Mexico Attend JSM | ]

The Educational Ambassador Program is an ASA outreach effort launched by the late Martha Aliaga and the Committee on International Relations in Statistics to foster international collaboration and enhance statistics education worldwide. The program subsidizes two ambassadors from developing countries to attend JSM and take CE courses. It also provides a one-year ASA membership.

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[1 Jun 2016 | Comments Off on Chicago in an Afternoon (or Evening) | ]
Chicago in an Afternoon (or Evening)

JSM is in Chicago this year, and there is tons to do! Here are a few ideas for shorter trips/outings in and around the city for you and your family or friends either before JSM, after the sessions, or when you just want to take a break to let some really good ideas sink in.

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[1 Jun 2012 | Comments Off on International Experiences in Statistics | ]
International Experiences in Statistics

Eric Vance has traveled an unusual path to his current position as an assistant research professor and director of LISA (Virginia Tech’s Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis), journeying through 67 countries. Here, he shares his experiences and ideas for how statistics can merge with international travel.