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"A History of the Department of Statistics at Penn State"
Located in Information / News / 2013 News
Wei Wang awarded Technical Conference Student Grant
2012 Fall Technical Conference Early Career Grants
Located in Information / News / 2013 News
Runze Li Selected to Receive the Title of Distinguished Professor of Statistics
Located in Information / News / 2013 News
Statistics help clear fog for better climate change picture
Statistics is an important tool in sorting through information on how human activities are affecting the climate system, as well as how climate change affects natural and human systems, according to a Penn State statistician.
Located in Information / News / 2013 News
Mengzhao Gao Receives M A S Student Award
Located in Information / News / 2013 News
Big Data methods in biobehavioral health goal of training grant
A National Institutes of Health Big Data to Knowledge Program grant to Donna Coffman, research associate professor in Penn State's College of Health and Human Development and principal investigator at the Methodology Center, targets the development of big data methods for biobehavioral change and maintenance. This training grant is for more than $500,000 over three years.
Located in Information / News / 2014 News
DNA study gives insight into the evolution of food crops, other flowering plants
Publication of the newly sequenced genome of the Amborella plant has shed new light on a major event in the history of life on Earth -- the origin of all major food crops and all other flowering plants. The research addresses the question of why flowers suddenly proliferated on Earth millions of years ago.
Located in Information / News / 2014 News
Researchers harness ‘big data’ to see the big picture on lakes, nutrient cycles
Two Penn State researchers will play a key role in a multi-university study of the contribution that U.S. lakes make to global nutrient cycles, funded by a $4.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation
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Joshua Snoke and coauthors win student paper competition
The competition, sponsored jointly by the Social Statistics Section (SSS), the Government Statistics Section(GSS) and and the Survey Research Methods Section (SRMS) for their paper entitled "General and Specific Utility Measures for Synthetic Data”.
Located in Information / News / 2016 News