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Nominate for IMS Awards

There is still time to consider who to nominate for these distinguished IMS awards. Nominations are open for the following IMS Awards for 2019: • Tweedie New Researcher Award, deadline [ More.. ]

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Peter Gavin Hall Early Career Prize: update and nominations

Peter Hall played a significant role throughout his professional career in mentoring young colleagues at work and through professional society activities. To memorialize Peter in a manner that matched his [ More.. ]

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Nominate 2019 COPSS Awards

Each year, the statistical profession recognizes outstanding members at the Joint Statistical Meetings in an awards ceremony organized by the Committee of Presidents of Statistical Societies (COPSS). Nominations are an [ More.. ]

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Nominate for IMS Awards

It’s time to think about nominating your outstanding colleagues and collaborators for these IMS awards: Tweedie award, Carver medal and IMS Fellowship. The Tweedie New Researcher Award funds travel to [ More.. ]

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Nominating a Fellow? Here’s how to choose

Go forth and nominate! Past President Alison Etheridge writes: In my Presidential address, I called upon everyone to be more proactive in seeking diverse nominations to Fellowship of the IMS. [ More.. ]

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Call for Nominations: Parzen Prize

The Department of Statistics at Texas A&M University Invites Nominations for The Emanuel and Carol Parzen Prize for Statistical Innovation To promote the dissemination of statistical innovation, the Emanuel and [ More.. ]

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Call for Nominations: Ethel Newbold Prize

The Newbold Prize Committee invites nominations for the Ethel Newbold Prize. The Ethel Newbold Prize for excellence in statistics is awarded every two years, next time in spring 2019. The [ More.. ]

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Nominate an IMS Blackwell or Medallion lecturer

The IMS Committee on Special Lectures is accepting nominations for IMS Named and Medallion Lectures. The following lectures are available for nomination in 2018: • The 2020 Blackwell Lecturer • [ More.. ]

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COPSS establishes Elizabeth L. Scott and F.N. David Lectureships

The Committee of Presidents of Statistical Sciences (COPSS) has announced the establishment of two lectureships named after women: The Elizabeth L. Scott Lecture, and the F.N. David Lecture. The lectures, [ More.. ]

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Nominations for Awards

Myrto Lefkopoulou Distinguished Lectureship The lectureship was established in perpetuity in memory of Dr. Myrto Lefkopoulou, a faculty member and graduate of Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Lefkopoulou died [ More.. ]

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Nominate for Awards, Prizes

IMS Awards It’s time to think about nominating your outstanding colleagues and collaborators for these IMS awards: Tweedie award, Carver medal and IMS Fellowship. The Tweedie New Researcher Award funds [ More.. ]

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Nominate for 2018 COPSS awards

Nominations are being sought for the following COPSS awards, which will be presented at the 2018 JSM in Vancouver, Canada (July 28–August 2, 2018). The R.A. Fisher Award and Lectureship [ More.. ]

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Call for nominations for the 2018 Doeblin Prize

The Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability welcomes nominations for the 2018 Wolfgang Doeblin Prize. The Wolfgang Doeblin Prize, which was founded in 2011 and is generously sponsored by [ More.. ]

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Calls for nominations

Nominations are open for these three awards: the Sixteenth Annual Janet L. Norwood Award for Outstanding Achievement by a Woman in the Statistical Sciences; the inaugural Ulf Grenander Prize in Stochastic [ More.. ]

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Call for Nominations: IMS Special Lectures

The IMS Committee on Special Lectures is now accepting nominations for the following IMS Named and Medallion Lectures. 2019 Wald Lecturer: The Wald Memorial Lectures honor Professor Abraham Wald. The [ More.. ]

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