Nov 17, 2014
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COPSS Awards 2015: nominations open now

Nominations are Open for the 2015 COPSS Awards. The Committee of Presidents of Statistical Societies (COPSS) invites your nominations for next year’s awards. In 2015 the Fisher Lectureship, Presidents’ Award, F.N. David Award and Snedecor Award will be presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings in Seattle, Washington. There are five charter member societies: IMS, ASA, ENAR, WNAR and SSC. The committee chairs and the nomination deadlines are listed below. Please forward your nominations to the corresponding chair.
See copss.org for more information about these awards.

COPSS Fisher Lectureship
Deadline for receipt of nominations: December 15, 2014
David Dunson (Chair) e dunson@stat.duke.edu

COPSS Presidents’ Award
Deadline for receipt of nominations: January 15, 2015
Jeremy Taylor (Chair) e jmgt@umich.edu

COPSS Florence Nightingale David Award
Deadline for receipt of nominations: January 15, 2015
Jianwen Cai (Chair) e cai@bios.unc.edu

COPSS Snedecor Award
Deadline for receipt of nominations: January 15, 2015
Carl Schwarz (Chair) e cschwarz@stat.sfu.ca

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