May 15, 2018

2018 NISS Writing Workshop for Junior Researchers at JSM (deadline June 1)

The National Institute of Statistical Science (NISS) will hold a writing workshop for junior researchers in statistics and data science, over two sessions at JSM Vancouver. The goal of the workshop is to provide instruction for writing journal articles and grant proposals. Participants will be required to provide a recent sample of their writing, which will be reviewed by a senior mentor. Deadline for the Writing Workshop application submissions is June 1, 2018, with notification of acceptances on a rolling basis no later than June 20. The workshop is designed for researchers with a PhD awarded or anticipated during 2012-2018 in statistics, biostatistics or related field. Attendance at the Writing Workshop will be limited and applicants who are 0–3 years post-PhD and members of the participating societies will receive preference. Details and registration at:
https://www.niss.org/events/2018-niss-writing-workshop-junior-researchers-jsm

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