Search results

46 items matching your search terms.
Filter the results.
Item type

























New items since



Sort by relevance · date (newest first) · alphabetically
Jogesh Babu named Distinguished Professor
Dr. Babu has been named a distinguished professor by Penn State in acknowledgment for his decades of contributions to fields such as probabilistic number theory, resampling methods, nonparametrics, goodness of fit, and of course, astrostatistics.
Located in News
Claire Kelling wins Ellis R. Ott Scholarship
This American Society for Quality scholarship is awarded "based on demonstrated ability, academic achievement, industrial and teaching experience, involvement in student or professional organizations, faculty recommendations, and career objectives.”
Located in News
Aleksandra Slavkovic receives Leadership Award
Sesa received the 2017 Graduate School Alumni Society Graduate Program Chair Leadership Award.
Located in News
2018 Clogg Lecture with Robert M. Groves
Robert M. Groves is the Gerard J. Campbell, S.J. Professor in the Math and Statistics Department as well as the Sociology Department at Georgetown University where he has served as the Executive Vice President and Provost since 2012.
Located in Events
Xiufan Yu wins best paper award from Business and Economic Statistions
Xiufan Yu received "Best Paper" award from the Business and Economic Statistics section for her paper entitled "Nonparametric Estimation of Sufficient Forecasting using High-Dimensional Predictors"
Located in News
Amal Agarwal wins best paper award from Risk Prediction and Analysis section
Amal Agarwal received "Best Paper" award from the Risk Prediction and Analysis sections for his paper entitled "Model-Based Clustering of Nonparametric Weighted Networks with Application to Water Pollution Analysis"
Located in News
Dennis Lin - First keynote speaker at International Conference on Mathematics & Statistics
Located in News
Kari Lock-Morgan named 2015 Tombros Fellow
The Tombros Fellows Program is intended to encourage and foster the development and implementation of innovative teaching methodologies, assessment techniques, and new courses in the Eberly College of Science.
Located in Information / News / 2015 News
Some coral-algae combos can handle climate change
For some time, scientists have known that certain combinations of coral and algal species were more tolerant to temperature extremes than others, and therefore more likely to survive in the changing conditions predicted for the future.
Located in News
Pat Buchanan receives the C. I. Noll Award for Excellence in Teaching
The C. I. Noll Award is presented annually to an outstanding faculty member within the Eberly College of Science. Nominations are accepted from alumni, faculty, and all students. Faculty may also nominate themselves or another faculty member. The award is designed to recognize a faculty member who has had a positive impact on students. One award will be given to a tenure-track faculty member and one award will be given to an instructional teaching faculty member or lecturer.
Located in News