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Joshua Goldstein wins student poster competition
Joshua Goldstein took first place in the student poster competition at the Graybill Conference/ENVR workshop on Modern Statistical Methods in Ecology at Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
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.
Meridith Bartley awarded honorable mention for Gertrude M. Cox Scholarship
The Gertrude M. Cox Scholarship was established in 1989 to encourage more women to enter statistically oriented professions.
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.
Dennis Lin awarded 2015 Shewhart Medal
Dennis Lin, Distinguished Professor of Statistics at Penn State University, has been selected to receive the 2015 Shewhart Medal from the American Society for Quality.
Lin honored with title of Distinguished Professor
Dennis Lin, professor of statistics at Penn State University, has been selected to receive the title of Distinguished Professor of Statistics. Lin was honored with the title in recognition of his exceptional record of teaching, research, and service to the University community. The honor is designated by the Office of the President of Penn State based on the recommendations of colleagues and the dean of the Eberly College of Science.
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.
FIVE ELEMENTS to Keep Your Working Group Active
The paleoclimate group, now known as the “Paleo Family,” including Penn State's Martin Tingley and Murali Haran, began meeting as part of the 2009–2010 program on Space-Time Analysis for Environmental Mapping, Epidemiology, and Climate Change continue meeting.