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School of Statistics

On the mall outside Ford Hall, Adam Maidman, Ben Sherwood, Christina Knudson, Megan Heyman and Sijia Liang jump for joy when they get their new School of Statistics tee shirts.

Every hour is happy hour in the Stat bull pen. Our grad students take a break from classes and TAing to relax.

The graduating class gets together to exchange notes on their senior thesis projects and post-degree opportunities.

Ms Beseler’s AP Statistics class at Cochrane Fountain City High School, WI show off their School of Statistics tee shirts while they illustrate scatter plotting. (see "Cook's distance anyone?")

New edition of the classic regression text by Weisberg. (see "ALR fourth edition")

A 2014 book by statistical luminaries gives an overview of the state and prospects of statistics.(see "Recognize anyone?")

School DGS Galin Jones is an author of this recent monograph on this specialty -- MCMC.

The School’s first annual award ceremony was held on April 22, 2014, when eleven students were honored for their outstanding contributions to the School’s mission of teaching, research and service.

A recent book by two of our faculty honors a third. (See “Eaton festschrift”)

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Upcoming Events

    • Student Seminar: Qi Shi
    • 08/25/2014 9:30 AM
    • Location: B60 Ford Hall Estimating the Mixture of Two Microbial Strains with the Expectation-Maximization Algorithm

Seymour Geisser tenth anniversary

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Statistics is the science of learning from data. Statisticians collect, organize, analyze, interpret, and present data. We are constantly seeking better ways to do that in more and more challenging situations, using mathematics, computing, and insight. People use statistics in business, industry, medicine, government, and scientific research.

The School of Statistics is a leading center of statistical practice, education, and research. The School has about 15 faculty members and 65 graduate students. We offer programs leading to BA, BS, MS, and PhD degrees.

We are the proud hosts to the Buehler-Martin and Geisser Lectureship.