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IMS Awards

There is still time to nominate someone for IMS Fellowship or to receive the Harry C. Carver Award, or to apply for an IMS Travel Award. IMS Fellowship: IMS Fellows [ More.. ]

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IMS Child Care Initiative: apply by June 1

The purpose of the IMS Child Care Initiative is to encourage and support the participation at IMS Annual Meetings of IMS members who have child care responsibilities. This year’s meeting [ More.. ]

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Medallion Lecture Preview: Tilmann Gneiting

Tilmann Gneiting’s IMS Medallion Lecture (below) and David DeMets’ plenary address (below that) will be delivered at the ENAR/IMS 2015 Spring Meeting in Miami, FL, from March 15–18, 2015. Tilmann [ More.. ]

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Consider a contribution to the IMS

The IMS offers several opportunities for contributions to the society’s programs. Please take a moment to consider making a donation to one or more of these funds. Blackwell Lecture Fund [ More.. ]

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IMS Lectures in 2015; Nominations

In 2015 the named and medallion lectures will be given as follows: At ENAR (Miami, March 15–18, 2015): Medallion lecture: Tilmann Gneiting At APS (Istanbul, July 5–8, 2015): Medallion lecture: [ More.. ]

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IMS Travel Award winners in Sydney

Front row, from left–right: Jinyuan Chang, Bin Yu (then IMS President), Wenxin Zhou. Middle row l–r: Susan Wei, Jiangyan Wang. Back row l–r: Takashi Owada, Bin Guo, Takumi Saegusa. Meet [ More.. ]

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IMS: a cross-continent human network (with free student membership)

IMS President Bin Yu writes: As I am finishing my term as the IMS President and transitioning into the role of Past-President, I have been reflecting on the roles of [ More.. ]

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Nominate an IMS Named or Medallion Lecturer

Beginning this year, the IMS Committee on Special Lectures is accepting nominations for IMS Named and Medallion Lectures. Available for nomination this year are the 2016 Wald and Rietz Lecturers, [ More.. ]

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IMS Fellows 2014

We announce the class of new IMS Fellows for 2014, who will be presented at the IMS Presidential Address and Awards session at the IMS-ASC meeting in Sydney. Congratulations, Fellows! [ More.. ]

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Edward Waymire selected to receive Carver Medal

IMS Council has approved the nomination of Edward Waymire for the 2014 Carver Medal as recommended by the Committee to Select the Carver Award. The citation will read: “To Ed [ More.. ]

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IMS Travel Awards announced

Meet this year’s 18 winners of the IMS Travel Awards. The awards fund travel to present a paper/poster at an IMS sponsored or co-sponsored meeting, for New Researchers who would [ More.. ]

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Members News: April/May 2014

Featuring news about: Ying Hung; Philip Protter, Raymond J. Carroll, Keith Crank, Bani K. Mallick, Robert T. Smythe and Michael Stein; Stephen Fienberg; Alexandre Tsybakov; Gang Zheng

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IMS Child Care Initiative: apply by June 1

The purpose of the IMS Child Care Initiative is to encourage and support the participation at IMS Annual Meetings of IMS members who have child care responsibilities. This year’s meeting [ More.. ]

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IMS Child Care Initiative

The purpose of the IMS Child Care Initiative is to encourage and support the participation at IMS Annual Meetings of IMS members who have child care responsibilities. This year’s annual [ More.. ]

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Travel Awardees

The IMS provides funds for new researchers to travel to attend IMS meetings. This year the last four Laha Travel Awards were made, and 12 of the new IMS Travel [ More.. ]

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