Category Archives: Success

2016 JSM Diversity Workshop and Mentoring Program

The 2016 JSM Diversity Workshop and Mentoring Program will be held during the Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM), July 31 – August 3, in Chicago, Illinois. The workshop, which occurs approximately every 3 years, brings together historically-underrepresented minority (African/African-American, Hispanic/Latino, and … Continue reading

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Preparing Master’s Statistics Students for Success: A Perspective from Recent Graduates and Employers

from:  http://magazine.amstat.org/blog/2013/02/01/mastersworkgrou/ John Bailer, Roger Hoerl, David Madigan, Jill Montaquila, and Tommy Wright   Bob Rodriguez speaks with master’s degree statistics students during his November 2012 visit to Miami University. The ASA Workgroup on Master’s Degrees submitted its report to … Continue reading

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8 Things Remarkably Sucessful People Do

From:  http://smallbusiness.yahoo.com/advisor/eight-things-remarkably-successful-people-do.html 1. They don’t create back-up plans. Back-up plans can help you sleep easier at night. Back-up plans can also create an easy out when times get tough. You’ll work a lot harder and a lot longer if your … Continue reading

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