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[2 May 2022 | Comments Off on Section on Statistical Consulting Seeks Articles | ]

The Section on Statistical Consulting, in conjunction with the journal Stat, is soliciting articles for a special issue, titled “Statistical Consulting and Collaboration,” with coeditors Robyn L. Ball, H. Dean Johnson, Lee-Ann Hayek, Xiaoyue Niu, Joseph Rigdon, and Hao Helen Zhang.

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[1 Feb 2022 | Comments Off on Statistical Consulting Section, Stat Seek Articles | ]

The articles will go in a special issue, “Statistical Consulting and Collaboration,” with coeditors Robyn L. Ball, H. Dean Johnson, Lee-Ann Hayek, Xiaoyue Niu, Joseph Rigdon, and Hao Helen Zhang.

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[1 Oct 2021 | Comments Off on Data Science and Statistics Influencing Science, Technology, and Society | ]

Claire Bowen, SDSS 2022 program chair, says the changes to society made by the COVID-19 pandemic inspired her to select the theme “Influencing Science, Technology, and Society” for the symposium.

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[1 Aug 2021 | Comments Off on Beyond Big Data: Shaping the Future—SDSS 2021 | ]

Colleagues, thought-provoking talks, and Star Trek trivia all contributed to the success of the Symposium on Data Science and Statistics 2021, which took place virtually June 2–4.

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[1 Aug 2020 | Comments Off on SDSS 2020: Different, but (Mostly) Good | ]
SDSS 2020: Different, but (Mostly) Good

The 2020 Symposium on Data Science and Statistics took place from June 3–5, and the virtual conference ran incredibly smoothly.

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[1 Dec 2019 | Comments Off on ASA-AAAS Mass Media Fellow Shares What She Learned | ]
ASA-AAAS Mass Media Fellow Shares What She Learned

Diana Cai reported from STAT—a Boston-based health and medicine news outlet—as an ASA-AAAS Mass Media Fellow last summer.

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[1 Sep 2010 | Comments Off on Sandra Stinnett: Providing a Rich Contribution | ]

Sandra Stinnett did not start out to be a biostatistician, but over the years grew to love statistics. Here, she talks about who and what inspired her to become a biostatistician and how she eventually became an inspiration to women in the statistics profession.