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A Statistician's Life, Additional Features, Celebrating Women in Statistics »

[1 Mar 2024 | No Comment | ]

Regina Liu grew up in Taiwan with an interest in pursuing applied mathematics and actuary science, but she fell in love with probability and statistics instead. She earned a PhD in statistics from Columbia University and became an assistant professor at Rutgers University. Now a distinguished professor at Rutgers, she has established herself as an outstanding researcher and is praised for providing exceptional service to the statistics and data science profession. She has served as an editor for many journals and was president of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics from 2020–2021. She has dedicated much effort to the outreach and promotion of junior researchers and under-represented groups and is credited for making the Rutgers Statistics Department the well-known and nurturing place it is today.

A Statistician's Life, Celebrating Women in Statistics »

[1 Mar 2021 | Comments Off on Suzanne Thornton | ]

Suzanne Thornton’s interest in statistics blossomed when she took her first course in college. While attending JSM, she discovered a program covering interesting research and topics that she, as a queer woman, had never felt welcome to discuss with her predominantly straight, male instructors. Now a professor of statistics at Swarthmore, she works on ways statistics education can be modernized and brought to a wider population and ultimately increase the diversity of the field.

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[1 Jan 2011 | Comments Off on Career Day Hosts 32 at Rutgers | ]

The ASA’s Princeton-Trenton Chapter held its Career Day at Rutgers University Busch Campus on November 20, 2010. Thirty-two students from the local high schools, colleges, universities, and graduate schools registered. Read more about it here.