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[1 Dec 2023 | No Comment | ]
Webinar Series Continues to Democratize Statistical Knowledge

The ASA’s Committee on International Relations in Statistics and Statistics Without Borders came together in the spring of 2022 to engage statisticians and data scientists based in different parts of the world and provide them with new educational opportunities.

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[1 May 2023 | Comments Off on Statistics Without Borders Celebrates 15th Year, Aims to Update Charter | ]

Over the last 15 years, Statistics Without Borders volunteers have completed hundreds of projects around the world for not-for-profit and nongovernmental organizations. Much has changed throughout that time, and now Statistics Without Borders’ leadership are taking time to think about the future.

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[1 May 2023 | Comments Off on ASA Committee Defends Statistics, Statisticians Around the World | ]

Data for Good makes the world a safer place through statistical science, and the Committee on Scientific Freedom and Human Rights makes the world a safer place for statisticians engaged in this work.

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[1 Nov 2022 | Comments Off on Statistics Without Borders: Outstanding Leadership and Projects in Data for Good | ]

Statistics Without Borders—an ASA outreach group—has high-impact projects, volunteer recruiting, development, support, expertly managed projects, and excellent data for good resources.

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[1 Jul 2022 | Comments Off on First CIRS/SWB Webinar Draws Large International Crowd | ]

The Committee on International Relations in Statistics partnered with Statistics Without Borders to launch a webinar series that introduces statistical topics of broad interest to an international audience.

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[1 May 2021 | One Comment | ]
My ASA Story: James Cochran, Associate Dean and Professor

James Cochran says the opportunity to help establish Statistics Without Borders is his most memorable and meaningful experience as an ASA member.

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[1 Sep 2020 | Comments Off on Getting Started in Data for Good | ]
Getting Started in Data for Good

Pro bono—literally “for good”—service has become more common in statistics and data science in recent years. Often called “Data for Good,” this growing movement has been embraced by individuals, companies, and professional associations. A number of organizations have sprung up to design and manage statistical volunteering projects, recruiting volunteers and connecting them with projects and organizations that will benefit from analytic support.

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[1 Sep 2020 | Comments Off on Statistics Without Borders: Professionals Using Statistics and Data for Social Good | ]
Statistics Without Borders: Professionals Using Statistics and Data for Social Good

Statistics Without Borders helps others avoid critical statistical mistakes. In just about every case, organizations want to use the best statistical practices. But many organizations may not have the time, expertise, or financial resources to cut through the noise and understand how to best proceed. This is where Statistics Without Borders helps.

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[1 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Statistics without Borders Receives Humanity Road’s Da Vinci Award | ]

Statistics without Borders is a recipient of Humanity Road’s 2014 Da Vinci Award, which is presented to a patron or contributor that supports its programs.

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[1 Dec 2014 | Comments Off on Statistics Without Borders Partners with Statisticians for Society | ]

The ASA’s outreach group Statistics Without Borders recently joined with the Royal Statistical Society’s Statisticians for Society, a new initiative to help statisticians volunteer their time and skills.