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International Astrostatistics Association released list of first award recipients.
Jogesh Babu is among the first of only 12 fellows of this organization. He is joined by Eric Feigelson, affiliated faculty member of our department.
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Greater Rates of Mitochondrial Mutations Discovered in Children Born to Older Mothers
Statististicians participate in a large study of mutations in mitochondrial DNA. A multidisciplinary Penn State and UC Berkley team including researchers in genomics, bioinformatics, medical sciences, forensic sciences and statistics produced and analyzed breakthrough data on mutations that accrue as human mitochondria are passed from mothers to children. These mutations are involved in a large number of diseases. The findings that mitochondrial DNA molecules undergo a small bottleneck, and that mutations are more common in children of older mothers, are therefore critical for genetic counseling.
Located in Information / News / 2014 News
Kevin Lee recognized for coauthoring two winning papers.
Kevin Lee and coauthors win competitions for two papers.
Located in Information / News / 2016 News
Dennis Pearl, Kari Lock Morgan and CAUSE highlighted in Science Journal
This months Science Journal article "Reinventing Statistics Education" focuses on the work of Cause - Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education.
Located in Information / News / 2016 News
Kevin Lee wins Academic Computing Fellowship
In 1987, Penn State established an innovative fellowship program in computing applications. The program is for doctoral students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents and have a background and strong interest in computing applications within their disciplines.
Located in Information / News / 2015 News
2015 Fellows of the American Statistical Association
Penn State will be well represented in the 2015 Class of Fellows of the American Statistical Association, with three PSU faculty listed.
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2015 Fellows of the American Statistical Association
Penn State will be well represented in the 2015 Class of Fellows of the American Statistical Association, with three PSU faculty listed.
Located in Information / News / 2015 News
Donald Richards presents invited address at world’s largest mathematics meeting
Donald Richards, professor of statistics at Penn State University, presented the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) - American Mathematical Society (AMS) Invited Address at the Joint Mathematics Meeting (JMM) in Atlanta, Georgia, on January 6, 2017. The JMM is the largest mathematics meeting in the world. This year’s meeting is the 100th annual meeting of the MAA and the 123rd annual meeting of the AMS.
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Penn State center to examine sports in society
Leveraging dozens of faculty with an academic and research interest in sports, Penn State on Nov. 14 announced the creation of the Center for the Study of Sports in Society.
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Parasitic Plants may form weapons out of genes stolen from hosts
Sneaky parasitic weeds may be able to steal genes from the plants they are attacking and then use those genes against the host plant, according to a team of scientists.
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