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April/May 2012 Bulletin online now

The PDF version of the April/May 2012 IMS Bulletin is online now: download the complete PDF from the archives here.


2012 Tweedie Award: Huixia Wang

The Institute of Mathematical Statistics has selected Huixia Judy Wang as the winner of this year’s Tweedie New Researcher Award. Huixia received her PhD in 2006 from the University of [ More.. ]


March 2012 Bulletin online now

The PDF version of the March 2012 IMS Bulletin is online now: click the “latest issue” link in the bar above.


Nominate or apply for IMS Awards

It’s that time again… Nominate someone for IMS Fellowship, or to receive the Harry C. Carver Award, or the Tweedie New Researcher Award. Or apply for the Laha Travel Award [ More.. ]


Laha Travel Awards

Thanks to a generous bequest by the late Professor Radha Govind Laha, IMS established the Laha Awards to provide funds for travel to present a paper at the IMS Annual [ More.. ]


IMS announces new Fellows

The IMS Committee on Fellows has selected 18 new IMS Fellows this year. They will be presented at JSM in Miami, at the IMS Presidential Address on Monday, August 1, [ More.. ]


2011 Harry C Carver Medal

The 2011 IMS Carver Medal is awarded to Professor Ross Leadbetter, Department of Statistics and Operations Research, University of North Carolina. The citation reads, “For his contributions to the success [ More.. ]



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