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Alex Chen receives the Patil-Taille Award
The Patil-Taille Award was established in 2014. The purpose of the award is to honor and recognize an undergraduate student who has demonstrated forethought and application of the use of statistics in the study of the environment.
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2019 Clogg Lecture with Michael Sobel
Michael Sobel is a professor at Columbia University, Department of Statistics.
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Hillary Koch, a PhD student awarded the NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein Predoctoral Individual National Research Award
Presented by the National Institute of Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) for her dissertation research proposal "Statistical methods for differential peak detection in Hi-C data". This research is sponsored by Dr. Qunhua Li and co-sponsored by Dr. Ross Hardison.
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Debmalya Nandy awarded first place at the Penn State Graduate Exhibit
This year more than 200 graduate students registered for the Graduate Exhibition which included 197 graduate student participants in the research poster presentation option.
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2019 Rao Prize Conference 
The Department of Statistics at Penn State held a one-day conference on Monday, May 6, 2019, to honor Professor Grace Wahba, the 2019 C. R. and Bhargavi Rao Prize Recipient, Professor Tailen Hsing, the 2019 C. G. Khatri Lecturer, and Professor Doug Nychka, the 2019 P. R. Krishnaiah Lecturer.
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Bingyuan Liu awarded First Place in Statistics in Imaging
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Xiufan Yu receives the Science for Social Good Fellowship
Xiufan will develop statistical and machine learning methods working towards new societal challenges
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Kyongwon Kim awarded "Best Student Paper"
Kyongwon Kim won the best student paper award at the American Statistical Association’s Business and Economics section, for his paper titled “On post dimension reduction statistical inference”. Kyongwon's advisor is Bing Li.
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DNA structure impacts rate and accuracy of DNA synthesis
Shiny App Showcase of 36 Apps developed by Statistics Students
Each year, ten Penn State Statistics majors take part in Dennis Pearl’s Shiny app research program. On Tuesday, November 13th in room 110 Thomas Building beginning at 5:15 p.m., Dr. Pearl and his students will present a showcase of these applications for the statistics faculty. The showcase offers the statistics faculty a closer look at teaching tools for stat students developed by stat students.
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