NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
- – The Department of Statistics is proud to announce the following students have been accepted into the University of Connecticut Phi Beta Kappa Chapter.
- – Assistant Professor HaiYing Wang has been promoted to Associate Professor
- – Professor and Dept. Head Ming-Hui Chen has been selected as a Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor
- -Stat undergrads Christine Nguyen and Uyen Le have been selected to be UConn McNair Fellows for the fall 2021 semester!
- – Chongliang Luo ’17 PhD has accepted an Assistant Professor position at Washington University
- – Shariq Mohammed ’18 PhD has accepted an Assistant Professor position in the Department of Biostatistics at Boston University
- – Irene Soteriou, ’23 (CLAS), a cognitive science and statistics double major at the University of Connecticut, has been honored with The Newman Civic Fellows Award
- – The Department of Statistics is proud to announce an open position for a full-time Lecturer at our Stamford Campus
- – Prof. Dipak Dey is a newly elected member of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering.
The Department of Statistics at the University of Connecticut was founded in 1962. As one of the major statistics departments in New England, it provides outstanding preparation for careers in academia, industry, or government. With a core faculty of 23 professors whose teaching and research interests span virtually all major statistical specializations, our department has received national and international recognition in graduate education and research. Graduates from UConn have found excellent positions in academics, government, and industry. We maintain close relationships with area companies and institutions, and our department is an active member of the American Statistical Association Connecticut chapter.
PAPER OF THE MONTH
We are excited to announce the Paper of the Month:
Once a month during the academic year our faculty will select a paper which we encourage our students to read and discuss. Papers featured in this section should be generally understood by graduate students, and will be selected either because of their impact, or historical value, or because they contain a useful (perhaps overlooked) techniques or results.
"Selective Inference: The Silent Killer of Replicability", Benjamini, Y. (2020).
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